LiveLive blog: Herefordshire flood watch - Thursday

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Summary

  • Heavy wind and rain battered the county yesterday.
  • Many roads and public transport remain affected by flooding today.
  • River Lugg and River Wye have fallen but more bad weather is expected to hit the county tomorrow.

7:55am

For more weather updates for Friday, see our live blog here

5:26pm

Enjoy the evening - it looks set to be a stormy day again tomorrow. We'll be keeping you up to date with all the information and pictures you need. Thank you for the contributions - keep them coming tomorrow!

4:10pm

Road closures as of 4.10pm

A4110  Adforton - Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

A4110  Portway  Flooding  Passable with care

A4113  Walford to Leintwardine  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Bridge Sollers - The Weir  Flooding  Passable with care

A49  Dinmore Hill - Northbound  Tree partially blocking road  Passable with care

B4224  Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Vowchurch  Land slide  Passable with care

B4348  Bull Ring, Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Winnal - Kingstone  Flooding  Passable with care

B4352  Tyberton  Flooding  Passable with care

B4362  Coombe between Byton - Presteigne (this affects the junction with

C1007)  Flooding  Closed

C1001  Buckton  Flooding  Passable with care

C1014  Trippleton Lane, Leintwardine  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1017  Adforton – Burrington   Flooding  Closed

C1036  Kingsland village  Flooding  Passable with extreme care

C1039  Kingsland - Yarpole  Flooding  Closed

C1086  Kinnersley  Flooding  Passable with care

C1112  A49 to Stoke Prior  Flooding  Closed

C1115  Shortwood Farm, Little Cowarne  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1120  Marden - Moreton on Lugg  Flooding  Closed

C1122  Marden to A49  Flooding  Closed

C1125  Wergins Bridge - Sutton St Nicholas  Flooding  Closed

C1149  Watery Lane, Yarkhill  Flooding  Closed

C1196  Madley  Flooding  Closed

C1221  Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

C1258  Huntsman Bridge, Goodrich  Flooding  Closed

C1260  Goodrich  Fallen tree  Closed

C1261  Red Rail Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1267  Carey - Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1268  Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas  Damaged road surface  Closed

U71000  Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

U71006  Foy (near Strangford Tip)  Collapsed road  Closed to HGVs

U71015  Winters Cross, Glewstone  Damaged road surface  Closed

U72015  Lower Bullingham Lane/Watery Lane  Flooding  Closed

U72201  Church Lane, Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

U72627  Ford Lane, Wellington  Flooding  Closed

U73211  Shenmore Village  Tree down  Closed

U91200  The Yeld, Kington  Land slip  Closed

U92206  Paytoe Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U92210  Jays Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U93605  Newton Lane, Ivington  Flooding  Closed

 

3:52pm

Richard Radon sent us these pictures, taken down by the River Wye in Hereford this afternoon.

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3:35pm

Peterchurch Primary School will be closed tomorrow due to the poor weather conditions forecast.

3:23pm

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3:08pm

Road closures as of 3.10pm

A4110  Adforton - Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

A4110  Portway  Flooding  Passable with care

A4113  Walford to Leintwardine  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Bridge Sollers - The Weir  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Lugwardine Bridge  Flooding  Open

A44  Leominster - Bromyard  Flooding  Open

A49  Dinmore Hill - Northbound  Tree partially blocking road  Passable with care

B4224  Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

B4229  Goodrich to Kerne Bridge  Flooding  Open

B4234  Kerne Bridge to Gloucester boundary  Flooding  Open

B4348  Vowchurch  Land slide  Passable with care

B4348  Bull Ring, Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Winnal - Kingstone  Flooding  Passable with care

B4352  Tyberton  Flooding  Passable with care

B4362  Coombe between Byton - Presteigne (this affects the junction with C1007)  Flooding  Closed

C1001  Buckton  Flooding  Passable with care

C1014  Trippleton Lane, Leintwardine  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1017  Adforton – Burrington   Flooding  Closed

C1036  Kingsland village  Flooding  Passable with extreme care

C1039  Kingsland - Yarpole  Flooding  Closed

C1086  Kinnersley  Flooding  Passable with care

C1112  A49 to Stoke Prior  Flooding  Closed

C1115  Shortwood Farm, Little Cowarne  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1120  Marden - Moreton on Lugg  Flooding  Closed

C1122  Marden to A49  Flooding  Closed

C1125  Wergins Bridge - Sutton St Nicholas  Flooding  Closed

C1149  Watery Lane, Yarkhill  Flooding  Closed

C1196  Madley  Flooding  Closed

C1221  Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

C1258  Huntsman Bridge, Goodrich  Flooding  Closed

C1260  Goodrich  Fallen tree  Closed

C1261  Red Rail Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1267  Carey - Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1268  Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas (under the railway bridge)  Damaged road surface  Closed

U70600  Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye  Flooding  Open

U71000  Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

U71006  Foy (near Strangford Tip)  Collapsed road  Closed to HGVs

U71015  Winters Cross, Glewstone  Damaged road surface  Closed

U72015  Lower Bullingham Lane/Watery Lane  Flooding  Closed

U72201  Church Lane, Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

U72627  Ford Lane, Wellington  Flooding  Closed

U73211  Shenmore Village  Tree down  Closed

U91200  The Yeld, Kington  Land slip  Closed

U92206  Paytoe Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U92210  Jays Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U93605  Newton Lane, Ivington  Flooding  Closed

3:04pm

3:04pm

Wigmore High School and Wigmore Primary School will both be closed tomorrow due to the weather.

3:00pm

3:00pm

Wigmore High School and Primary School will also be closed tomorrow due to weather warnings and the forecast of torrential rain throughout the day.

2:58pm

Kingstone High School is to close at 12.30pm tomorrow due to more heavy rain forecast.

2:34pm

Fairfield High School is to be closed tomorrow.

A letter has been emailed to parents and will be posted onto the school website.

2:27pm

 

A flooded Kings Acre Caravan Park. Photo taken by Will Cheshire.

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1:40pm

Holme Lacy Road is now shut at just one point.

There are signs in place to advise motorists that the road is shut at the railway bridge at Rotherwas.

1:24pm

Road closures as of 1.25pm

A4110  Adforton - Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

A4110  Portway  Flooding  Passable with care

A4113  Walford to Leintwardine  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Bridge Sollers - The Weir  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Lugwardine Bridge  Flooding  Open

A44  Leominster - Bromyard  Flooding  Open

A49  Dinmore Hill - Northbound  Tree partially blocking road  Passable with care

B4224  Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

B4229  Goodrich to Kerne Bridge  Flooding  Open

B4234  Kerne Bridge to Gloucester boundary  Flooding  Open

B4348  Vowchurch  Land slide  Passable with care

B4348  Bull Ring, Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Winnal - Kingstone  Flooding  Passable with care

B4352  Tyberton  Flooding  Passable with care

B4362  Coombe between Byton - Presteigne (this affects the junction with

C1007)  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Holme Lacy Road near turning to Bogmarsh Lane  Flooding  Closed

C1001  Buckton  Flooding  Passable with care

C1014  Trippleton Lane, Leintwardine  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1017  Adforton – Burrington   Flooding  Closed

C1036  Kingsland village  Flooding  Passable with extreme care

C1039  Kingsland - Yarpole  Flooding  Closed

C1086  Kinnersley  Flooding  Passable with care

C1112  A49 to Stoke Prior  Flooding  Closed

C1115  Shortwood Farm, Little Cowarne  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1120  Marden - Moreton on Lugg  Flooding  Closed

C1122  Marden to A49  Flooding  Closed

C1125  Wergins Bridge - Sutton St Nicholas  Flooding  Closed

C1149  Watery Lane, Yarkhill  Flooding  Closed

C1196  Madley  Flooding  Closed

C1221  Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

C1258  Huntsman Bridge, Goodrich  Flooding  Closed

C1260  Goodrich  Fallen tree  Closed

C1261  Red Rail Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1267  Carey - Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1268  Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas (under the railway bridge)  Damaged road

surface  Closed

U70600  Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye  Flooding  Open

U71000  Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

U71006  Foy (near Strangford Tip)  Collapsed road  Closed to HGVs

U71015  Winters Cross, Glewstone  Damaged road surface  Closed

U72015  Lower Bullingham Lane/Watery Lane  Flooding  Closed

U72201  Church Lane, Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

U72627  Ford Lane, Wellington  Flooding  Closed

U73211  Shenmore Village  Tree down  Closed

U91200  The Yeld, Kington  Land slip  Closed

U92206  Paytoe Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U92210  Jays Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U93605  Newton Lane, Ivington  Flooding  Closed

 

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12:21pm

Road closures as of 12.20pm

A4110  Adforton - Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

A4110  Portway  Flooding  Passable with care

A4113  Walford to Leintwardine  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Bridge Sollers - The Weir  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Lugwardine Bridge  Flooding  Passable with care

A44  Leominster - Bromyard  Flooding  Closed

A49  Dinmore Hill - Northbound  Tree partially blocking road  Passable with care

B4224  Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

B4229  Goodrich to Kerne Bridge  Flooding  Closed

B4234  Kerne Bridge to Gloucester boundary  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Vowchurch  Land slide  Passable with care

B4348  Bull Ring, Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Winnal - Kingstone  Flooding  Passable with care

B4352  Tyberton  Flooding  Passable with care

B4362  Coombe between Byton - Presteigne (this affects the junction with C1007)  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Holme Lacy Road near turning to Bogmarsh Lane  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Rotherwas Relief Road  Flooding  Open

C1001  Buckton  Flooding  Passable with care

C1014  Trippleton Lane, Leintwardine  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1017  Adforton – Burrington   Flooding  Closed

C1036  Kingsland village  Flooding  Passable with extreme care

C1039  Kingsland - Yarpole  Flooding  Closed

C1086  Kinnersley  Flooding  Passable with care

C1112  A49 to Stoke Prior  Flooding  Closed

C1115  Shortwood Farm, Little Cowarne  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1120  Marden - Moreton on Lugg  Flooding  Closed

C1122  Marden to A49  Flooding  Closed

C1125  Wergins Bridge - Sutton St Nicholas  Flooding  Closed

C1149  Watery Lane, Yarkhill  Flooding  Closed

C1196  Madley  Flooding  Closed

C1221  Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

C1258  Huntsman Bridge, Goodrich  Flooding  Closed

C1260  Goodrich  Fallen tree  Closed

C1261  Red Rail Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1267  Carey - Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1268  Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas (under the railway bridge)  Damaged road surface  Closed

U70600  Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye  Flooding  Passable with care

U71000  Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

U71006  Foy (near Strangford Tip)  Collapsed road  Closed to HGVs

U71015  Winters Cross, Glewstone  Damaged road surface  Closed

U72015  Lower Bullingham Lane/Watery Lane  Flooding  Closed

U72201  Church Lane, Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

U72627  Ford Lane, Wellington  Flooding  Closed

U73211  Shenmore Village  Tree down  Closed

U91200  The Yeld, Kington  Land slip  Closed

U92206  Paytoe Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U92210  Jays Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U93605  Newton Lane, Ivington  Flooding  Closed

 

12:14pm

West Mercia Police flooding advice:

Flooding
During the current severe weather West Mercia Police are working closely with the emergency services and County and District Councils to keep people safe.

In an emergency – if there is danger to life or risk of injury – call 999. If it is not an emergency, call 101.

Weather and Rainfall Updates
Communities in the affected areas are urged to keep up to date with the latest flood forecasts and warnings as the bad weather continues.

The Environment Agency continues to monitor rainfall impacts on already flooded areas and the latest information can be found on their website: www.environment-agency.gov.uk  or by phoning their 24/7 public helpline (0345 9881188).

Transport & Travel
The road situation changes rapidly and drivers are urged to drive with caution; listen to the local radio stations and keep checking the councils’ road closure page.

Herefordshire: https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/transport-and-highways/maintenance/roads-closures-and-diversions/

Advice for Road Users

If driving through larger puddles or smaller areas of standing water, drive slowly and steadily, allow oncoming traffic to pass and always test your brakes after leaving the water.
    If water has flooded across a section of road it may be difficult to tell exactly how deep it is.  If you do come across a road that is flooded DO NOT attempt to drive through the flood water.  This not only has the potential to put yourself and other people in serious danger, it could also damage your vehicle and wreck your engine.
    Pedestrians and cyclists are also advised to take extra care and avoid travelling through flooded areas, keeping to clear pathways and cycle routes. With many drainage systems overwhelmed by flooding, there is a danger of drain and manhole covers coming loose which would not be visible if covered by flood water.

School Closures

Please see the following web pages for the latest information about school closures. We also advise checking individual school websites (where a school has one) and listening to your local radio station.

Herefordshire: https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/education-and-learning/schools/all-school-closure-alerts

Keeping Safe

General Flood Safety Advice:

    If you live in a location affected by flooding and you do not need to travel from your home, you are advised to Go In, Stay In, Tune In.
    Go indoors unless there is an obvious risk to the property.
    Stay indoors until you know more about the situation and the appropriate action you need to take to protect yourself further.
    Tune in to a local radio station for updates about the emergency or log onto websites or social media channels.
    Do not put yourself or others in danger.
    Be aware of any elderly or vulnerable neighbours who may need your help.
    If advised to do so, be prepared to evacuate and follow instructions given.

If your property is at risk of flooding prepare a flood kit and include the following:

    Pack a small bag with essential belongings and include warm clothes, torch (check batteries), radio (wind up or battery powered), food, water, other drink, mobile phone (pre input useful numbers), any medicines that you might need to take, any important documents that you have and a first aid kit.
    Keep this bag easily accessible. Collect personal belongings, including insurance and bank details, and essential telephone numbers together, and keep them in a waterproof bag.
    Move people, pets, valuables and sentimental items upstairs or in a high place downstairs.
    Keep a separate list of useful telephone numbers to hand (this should include your local council, your insurance company and Floodline – 0845 988 188).
    Find out where and how to turn off your Gas and Electricity.  Ensure that you switch it off if flooding is imminent before evacuating.
    If possible, move electrical equipment and furniture upstairs. Any furniture that you cannot move upstairs, try to raise well off the floor.
    Alert neighbours and assist the elderly, infirm and those with small children.
    Block doorways and air bricks
    Avoid walking and driving through floodwater, there could be hidden hazards. Keep up to date with local radio for further information and announcements and via Floodline 0845 988 1188.

 

If your property is flooded:

    Continue to listen for situation updates on your local radio or via Floodline 0845 988 1188
    Keep dry, out of floodwater if possible.
    Stay in your property, if safe to do so, until advised otherwise by the emergency services or floodwater has receded.
    Do not walk or drive through flowing floodwater. If it is necessary to walk through shallow floodwater, take care for hidden holes, obstacles or other hazards.  Do not walk on river banks, sea defences or cross bridges over fast flowing rivers.  Avoid contact with floodwater and wash exposed skin before handling food or attending to wounds.
    If possible move electrical equipment and furniture upstairs.

If an evacuation becomes necessary:

    Stay calm and do not panic. Police officers and / or other officials will try to visit all properties at risk to advise on the requirement to evacuate.
    If road conditions permit, move vehicles to unaffected areas and ask friends / family if you can share their parking facilities. You will hear about your evacuation point for transport and the location of the reception centre either verbally or by a leaflet.
    Try to check that any elderly / vulnerable family members or neighbours know about the evacuation. Try to inform family members / friends as to where you are evacuating.
    Listen to the advice of the authorities and follow any instructions to leave a property.

12:10pm

West Mercia Police has issued some advice on how to cope with the floods.

It can be found here. http://www.westmercia.police.uk/flooding.html

12:08pm

Angela Palliser Lignum Alpacas sent us this message on Facebook:

We're a small alpaca farm in north Herefordshire. Lost five roofs so far today and these are well built shelters! They're just peeling off in front of our eyes. Flying sheets of metal and wood is very scary. A miracle nobody has been injured as far as we can tell. Running out of places to put animals. Debris hitting everything.

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12:02pm

Hereford Times:

A ROSS-on-Wye councillor has set up a fan page to show his appreciation for an Environment Agency manager who "does far more than is expected."

Dave Throup regularly provides flood updates in Herefordshire and Worcestershire as part of his job for the Environment Agency.

Councillor Andrew Atkinson, ward member for Ross-on-Wye East, said that he wanted to do something to say thank you.

He therefore decided to set up a "Dave Throup Fan Club" account on Twitter, which has so far attracted more than 1,000 followers.

"He is doing a phenomenal job and us councillors will be completely lost without him telling us how the river is doing," said Coun Atkinson.

"The page is a celebration of a job and a man who does so much.

"We should all thank the members of the Environment Agency on the ground who are doing a fantastic job."

You can follow the fan page by visiting twitter.com/DaveThroupFans

Dave's flood updates can be found by visiting twitter.com/DaveThroupEA

11:58am

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11:46am

Statement from Welsh Water

To deal with the extreme weather conditions being experienced across much of Wales, Herefordshire and Deeside, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water is currently doing all it can to ensure essential water supplies and waste services are maintained to our three million customers.

The company’s Gold Command centre, led by Chief Operating Officer, Pete Perry, is making sure that more than 1,400 employees working on our water and wastewater  are given the support they need to maintain our operations 24 /7.

This included around 250 staff working throughout the night.

Maintaining services and supplies to customers in these difficult conditions is hugely challenging - especially considering we operate 27,000km of water main and more than 30,000km of sewer pipes.

The main challenge we have faced in the high winds was the loss of power to some of our water and sewer treatment works along with several pumping stations which enable us to provide our services.

However, despite twice the number of calls usually received by our call centre over the past 24 hours from customers about disruption to water supply as well as flooding, we have managed to limit any disruption to water supplies due to the huge efforts  of our teams. 

We’re also ensuring enough staff are based at our emergency contact centre should anyone need to contact us either day or night.

Our website is also being kept updated with all the latest information relating to our networks - dwrcymru.com - and we are providing updates via our twitter account - @dwrcymru

In addition, we are working closely with other agencies during these extremely difficult conditions and with members of the emergency services through the Local Resilience Forum.

We are continuing to carefully monitor the weather to make sure we are prepared to take immediate action to protect the essential services our customers rely on.

11:38am

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It has been reported that access to Rotherwas can only be reached via the Rotherwas access road due to Holme Lacy Road being closed

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Road closures as of 10.40am

A4110  Adforton - Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

A4110  Portway  Flooding  Passable with care

A4113  Walford to Leintwardine  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Bridge Sollers - The Weir  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Lugwardine Bridge  Flooding  Passable with care

A49  Dinmore Hill - Northbound  Tree partially blocking road  Passable with care

B4224  Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

B4229  Goodrich to Kerne Bridge  Flooding  Closed

B4234  Kerne Bridge to Gloucester boundary  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Vowchurch  Land slide  Passable with care

B4348  Bull Ring, Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Winnal - Kingstone  Flooding  Passable with care

B4352  Tyberton  Flooding  Passable with care

B4362  Coombe between Byton - Presteigne (this affects the junction with C1007)  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Holme Lacy Road near turning to Bogmarsh Lane  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Rotherwas Relief Road  Flooding  Open

C1001  Buckton  Flooding  Passable with care

C1014  Trippleton Lane, Leintwardine  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1017  Adforton – Burrington   Flooding  Closed

C1036  Kingsland village  Flooding  Passable with extreme care

C1039  Kingsland - Yarpole  Flooding  Closed

C1086  Kinnersley  Flooding  Passable with care

C1115  Shortwood Farm, Little Cowarne  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1120  Marden - Moreton on Lugg  Flooding  Closed

C1122  Marden to A49  Flooding  Closed

C1125  Wergins Bridge - Sutton St Nicholas  Flooding  Closed

C1149  Watery Lane, Yarkhill  Flooding  Closed

C1196  Madley  Flooding  Closed

C1221  Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

C1258  Huntsman Bridge, Goodrich  Flooding  Closed

C1260  Goodrich  Fallen tree  Closed

C1261  Red Rail Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1267  Carey - Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1268  Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas (under the railway bridge)  Damaged road surface  Closed

U70600  Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye  Flooding  Passable with care

U71000  Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

U71006  Foy (near Strangford Tip)  Collapsed road  Closed to HGVs

U71015  Winters Cross, Glewstone  Damaged road surface  Closed

U72015  Lower Bullingham Lane/Watery Lane  Flooding  Closed

U72201  Church Lane, Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

U72627  Ford Lane, Wellington  Flooding  Closed

U73211  Shenmore Village  Tree down  Closed

U91200  The Yeld, Kington  Land slip  Closed

U92206  Paytoe Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U92210  Jays Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U93605  Newton Lane, Ivington  Flooding  Closed

10:30am

Pete Sadler Images sent us these pictures of shoppers battling their way through the winds in High Town yesterday morning.Hereford Times:

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10:22am

Latest road closures as of 10.20am

A4110  Adforton - Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

A4110  Bush Bank through Knapton to Bainstree Cross  Flooding  Open

A4110  Portway  Flooding  Passable with care

A4112  Kimbolton  Flooding  Open

A4113  Walford to Leintwardine  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Bridge Sollers - The Weir  Flooding  Passable with care

A438  Lugwardine Bridge  Flooding  Passable with care

A44  Monkland  Flooding  Open

A456  Little Hereford  Flooding  Open

A49  Dinmore Hill - Northbound  Tree partially blocking road  Passable with care

B4214  Bishops Frome  BT cable down across road  Closed

B4224  Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

B4229  Goodrich to Kerne Bridge  Flooding  Closed

B4234  Kerne Bridge to Gloucester boundary  Flooding  Closed

B4348  The Bage, Hardwicke  Flooding  Open

B4348  Vowchurch  Land slide  Passable with care

B4348  Bull Ring, Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

B4348  Winnal - Kingstone  Flooding  Passable with care

B4352  Tyberton  Flooding  Passable with care

B4361  Hereford Road, Leominster  Flooding  Open

B4361  Orleton, between Rosebank and Portway  Flooding  Open

B4361  Rosebank - Luston  Flooding  Open

B4362  Coombe between Byton - Presteigne (this affects the junction with

C1007)  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Holme Lacy Road near turning to Bogmarsh Lane  Flooding  Closed

B4399  Rotherwas Relief Road  Flooding  Open

C1001  Buckton  Flooding  Passable with care

C1014  Trippleton Lane, Leintwardine  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1017  Adforton – Burrington   Flooding  Closed

C1036  Kingsland village  Flooding  Passable with extreme care

C1039  Kingsland - Yarpole  Flooding  Closed

C1043  Yarpole Lane, between Luston - Yarpole  Flooding  Open

C1086  Kinnersley  Flooding  Passable with care

C1112  A49 to Stoke Prior  Flooding  Open

C1115  Shortwood Farm, Little Cowarne  Damaged road surface  Closed

C1120  Marden - Moreton on Lugg  Flooding  Closed

C1122  Marden to A49  Flooding  Closed

C1125  Wergins Bridge - Sutton St Nicholas  Flooding  Closed

C1149  Watery Lane, Yarkhill  Flooding  Closed

C1196  Madley  Flooding  Closed

C1221  Kingstone  Flooding  Closed

C1258  Huntsman Bridge, Goodrich  Flooding  Closed

C1260  Goodrich  Fallen tree  Closed

C1261  Red Rail Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1267  Carey - Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

C1268  Holme Lacy Road, Rotherwas (under the railway bridge)  Damaged road

surface  Closed

U70600  Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye  Flooding  Passable with care

U71000  Tresseck Mill Road, Hoarwithy  Flooding  Closed

U71006  Foy (near Strangford Tip)  Collapsed road  Closed to HGVs

U71015  Winters Cross, Glewstone  Damaged road surface  Closed

U72015  Lower Bullingham Lane/Watery Lane  Flooding  Closed

U72201  Church Lane, Hampton Bishop  Flooding  Closed

U72627  Ford Lane, Wellington  Flooding  Closed

U73211  Shenmore Village  Tree down  Closed

U91200  The Yeld, Kington  Land slip  Closed

U92206  Paytoe Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U92210  Jays Lane, Leintwardine  Flooding  Closed

U93605  Newton Lane, Ivington  Flooding  Closed

 

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