LiveReporting live as the flooding in Worcestershire peaks today, including your pictures and tweets

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Summary

  • Flooding in some parts of the river Severn is peaking today, and rising in others.
  • We'll keep you updated live as the situation develops.
  • Happy to receive any of your comments and pictures. Tweet me @JohnWilsonWN or email jw@worcesternews.co.uk

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And that's it for another day.

Thanks as usual for all your contributions.

I hope you have a dry weekend!

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Just when we thought it couldn't get any worse...

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Well done, Dave. Top job as usual.

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By Adam Bullock

Malvern Gazette:

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By Adam Bullock

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One of the most striking things about the last week or so has been how many people have seen the beauty in the flooding. This set of eyecatching photos is from Adam Bullock.

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Hylton Road in St John's, Worcester, is back open after being closed by floodwater last night.

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Flooding on North Parade, by Christopher Plant.

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Not such a great place for a drink this morning. By Christopher Plant.

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Our roving (paddling) reporter Chris Plant took this picture at the Severn View Hotel (Vue bar) this morning. You can see just to the right of the door water being pumped from the building.

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Flooding at Bevere by Kevin Savage.

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Be careful how you step out of that garden gate, Matt.

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Matt Beesley's new water garden.

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Diglis, Worcester, by Matt Beesley.

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All seems safe in Upton and town is very much open for business.

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Here's a quick assessment of the situation today from Environment Agency floods maestro Dave Throup.

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