Photographs of Newark, and surrounding towns and villages in Nottinghamshire after Storm Babet causes flooding
Advertiser reporter Rob Currell grabbed his camera and went for a walk around town to photograph the flood waters earlier today (Monday).
Several readers have also sent in photographs around the area depicting the aftermath of Storm Babet.
Here are some photographs from around the area, all photographs taken by Rob were snapped today, Monday, October 23.
The water levels of the Trent River have increased dramatically in the last few days.
Riverside Park has large parts of it covered in water and it looks a bit like a series of small lakes from up high.
The high water levels are further evident when the wharf and bridge are seen.
Newark and Sherwood District Council has advised people to avoid flooded areas if possible.
They have also advised that people do not ignore road closure signs or drive through flooded waters.
Some people were still seen to be enjoying the park despite the extra water.
The Sonning and other boats near the park were sitting very high in the water.
Access to the river on the castle side is also affected.
Newark Marina and the river towards the town show significant evidence of high water levels.
The Castle Barge is still closed and the car park area has signs of flooding.
Newark Rugby Club has been significantly impacted on Kelham Road, Newark.
Farndon has not escaped the floods either with large parts of the village affected.
Other photos taken from a drone can be viewed here.