A main road in Upton remains closed after Storm Babet caused flooding at the weekend.

Hanley Road, in Upton upon Severn, has been closed since Saturday, with a lot of water still sitting on the road.

Warner’s Supermarket closed at 5pm on Saturday and is yet to reopen.

Malvern Gazette: Warner's had flood gates installed as flood waters continued to riseWarner's had flood gates installed as flood waters continued to rise (Image: Warner's Supermarket)

The shop has had floodgates installed to stop water coming from the road.

It also says Upton Community Fridge has benefited from the closure, as the fresh food unable to be sold in Warner’s has been donated.

The Fridge is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 1pm.

A spokesperson for Warner's said: "The main thing for us is that we’ve been able to keep the site safe and dry with the floodgates being installed at the right time.

"By keeping an eye on the WaterCam on Hanley Road and the Environment Agency updates, we were able to plan ahead and ensure that all stock was dealt with in a timely manner whilst we were still able to take it to the community fridge or sell through to customers before the store closed.

"We plan to open again as soon as it is safe to do so but, in the meantime, the store team have been re-organising deliveries."

Storm Babet brought flooding across the Malvern Hills district over the weekend, with the A449 causing delays around Worcester and towards Malvern.

Malvern Gazette: The A449 at Powick was badly floodedThe A449 at Powick was badly flooded (Image: Roger King)

A contraflow was put in place on the A449 at Powick as the River Teme broke its banks.

That was removed on Sunday (October 22) and the road was fully reopened early on Monday morning.

Fields around Upton have been flooded and both Upton Bridge and New Street were closed for a while.