DEBRIS has been pictured wedged against Hereford's 15th century Old Wye Bridge again.

Stephen Jones took the picture of the two huge tree boughs on Sunday, saying they had been caught up on the piers of the bridge, which crosses the river Wye in the city centre.

It is not unusual to see debris wedged against the Grade I-Listed bridge after flooding.

In February, when a huge tree was left wedged upright against the bridge, ward councillor Jeremy Milln said it would be "awfully tragic" if anything happened to the bridge.

At the time, a spokesperson for the Environment Agency said teams cleared debris around the bridge when required and when river levels are safe.

“Some of the debris will float away but this is unavoidable due to the changing river levels and difficult access," they said.