My earlier report was over-optimistic. There are great problems in some areas, as the 12 pictures below show.

This is the road leading towards the animalarium:

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This is where our friends Mikey, Grace and their 3 lovely daughters live (the house is flooded):

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This is the main road into the village, with the Brynowen caravan park on the right:

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This is the Brynowen caravan park:

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This is a wider shot down the main road:

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The launderette awash (thanks to Trudie for the pun):

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The allotment is fine as it is on a slope, but this is the track leading to the allotment on the left, with a field normally containing horses on the right:

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This is the same field as in the previous picture, with the houses of Borth at the back. The sea is just the other side of the houses:

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The same field with Lauren (on the right) and her friend (sorry, I forgot to get your name) on the left:

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Facing away from Borth, the other side of the river Leri:

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The river Leri:

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An unexpected consequence:

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Spirits seem to be generally high.

My commiserations to Mikey and Grace and all the others who have serious problems to deal with. I hope they can get things sorted out. There are plenty of us in the village happy to help if help is needed.

Cheers, Tom.