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Flood Warnings and Alerts

Flood Warnings and Alerts in Worcestershire (May 2)

A number of Flood Warnings and Alerts have been issued across Worcestershire. For the latest information regarding flooding please visit the Environment Agency website. For up-to-date weather information please visit the Met Office website.

If you spot a problem please get in touch and let us know via the online 'Report It' section on the County Council's website or through The Worcestershire Hub on 0845 607 2005.

Flooding advice for residents and businesses is available at www.worcestershire.gov.uk/flooding.

Travel News (updated 10am, May 3)

Hanley Road, Upton upon Severn: is closed due to river flooding. Further updates will be made available on this page.

The flooding is now receding and the latest news is that the following transport services will be soon operating normally:

362 bus service (Worcester – Upton – Malvern): With effect of the 0907 from Worcester this service (and the 363) will resume its normal timetable. It is possible that the rivers may rise again on Saturday so we will keep the flood timetable on the County Council website.

363 bus service (Worcester – Upton – Malvern): With effect of the 1030 from Great Malvern this service (and the 362) will resume its normal timetable. It is possible that the rivers may rise again on Saturday so we will keep the flood timetable on the County Council website.

Connections to/from Malvern will be provided by Service 44 – Tickets will be accepted to/from Service 44. Details of alterations to school buses this afternoon are being supplied directly to the schools concerned.

382 (Worcester – Norton – Defford – Eckington – Pershore): This service has now reverted to operating to its normal timetable because Eckington Bridge has now re-opened. It is possible that the rivers may rise again over Saturday so we will keep the flood timetable on the website.

550/551 (Worcester – Pershore – Evesham) : This service has now reverted to operating to its normal timetable because Jubilee Bridge in Fladbury has now reopened. It is possible that the rivers may rise again over Saturday so we will keep the flood timetable on the County Council website.

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This page was last reviewed 3 May 2012 at 12:43.
The page is next due for review 30 October 2013.