Flood alerts in Gedling borough as rain batters Notts

*This flood alert has now been removed after river levels dropped*

Places in Gedling borough are at risk of flooding as torrential rain batters the county.

The Environment Agency (EA), which issues flood warnings for England, has said flooding is possible in some areas and has warned people to be prepared.


They have issued a flood warning for River Leen and Day Brook which affects parts of Arnold and Woodthorpe.

The warning said ‘River levels are high as a result of persistent heavy rainfall. Further light rainfall is forecast over the next 24 hours. Areas most at risk are low-lying recreational areas and roads’.

The alert is expected to be updated later today. 

For more information of flooding visit the Environment Agency’s Flood Alerts site:

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