Low-lying land and gardens likely to flood

The River Roding around Abridge this lunchtime

Low-lying land and gardens 'likely to flood'

Low-lying land and gardens 'likely to flood'

Low-lying land and gardens 'likely to flood'

Low-lying land and gardens 'likely to flood'

Low-lying land and gardens 'likely to flood'

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The Lower River Roding is on flood alert, with the Environment Agency reporting that low lying land, roads and gardens next to the river are likely to flood.

Areas which could affected include Wanstead, Ilford, South Woodford, Woodford Green, East Ham and Barking.

Some showers are expected later today, which may cause the river to rise further.

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1:01pm Thu 30 Jan 14

cynicalsue says...

'Lower Riving Roding' What?!
'Lower Riving Roding' What?! cynicalsue
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1:25pm Thu 30 Jan 14

MorrisHickey says...

cynicalsue wrote:
'Lower Riving Roding' What?!
Indeed - pathetic reporting standards.
[quote][p][bold]cynicalsue[/bold] wrote: 'Lower Riving Roding' What?![/p][/quote]Indeed - pathetic reporting standards. MorrisHickey
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1:50pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Villagecranberry says...

The areas referred to have flooded in recent times and people have lost everything with their dignity. It is about time the local rivers were dredged to avoid further hardship.
The areas referred to have flooded in recent times and people have lost everything with their dignity. It is about time the local rivers were dredged to avoid further hardship. Villagecranberry
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1:53pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Villagecranberry says...

cynicalsue wrote:
'Lower Riving Roding' What?!
It is only fair that now that the warning has been given, those likely to be affected by this weather take steps to protect their property and themselves.

Sand bags can be purchased in advance and filled and sewed up, items moved upstairs, unless of course you are in a bungalow and generally be safe and sensible. For example do not ride through the water on a bicycle or get a rotten old canoe out like you often see on news reports. Well done Met Office for doing something correct for a change.
[quote][p][bold]cynicalsue[/bold] wrote: 'Lower Riving Roding' What?![/p][/quote]It is only fair that now that the warning has been given, those likely to be affected by this weather take steps to protect their property and themselves. Sand bags can be purchased in advance and filled and sewed up, items moved upstairs, unless of course you are in a bungalow and generally be safe and sensible. For example do not ride through the water on a bicycle or get a rotten old canoe out like you often see on news reports. Well done Met Office for doing something correct for a change. Villagecranberry
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