UPDATE AT 12.40PM 13TH JUNE
- Edinburgh Walk in Holbeach closed
- A52 Skegness to Wainfleet passable with care (standing water on some sections)
UPDATE AT 0700 13TH JUNE
- Environment Agency monitoring a number of rivers with a focus on River Steeping and Wainfleet Relief Channel where water is moving into the area. 6 properties have been flooded in Kirkby on Bain and 6 properties at Wainfleet Bank, Crow's Bridge could be flooded at any time.
- There are 7 flood warnings out and 10 alerts (see Environment Agency website below)
- Fire and Rescue appliances out at Kirkby on Bain and Wainfleet Bank, Crow's Bridge, assessing conditions
- In total, 76 properties flooded internally, mainly around Kirkby on Bain and Wainfleet
- Not seeing large scale flooding, seeing rivers rising in certain areas.
- The A158 between Gunby and Horncastle is still not passable
Update at 5.50am, June 13.
We are updating this page regularly, however other roads may be dangerous. Please take care when travelling around the county where flood water is present.
Bank Street, Horncastle
A158 between Horncastle and Gunby roundabout
Blackwell Row, Roughton Road, Kirkby-on-Bain
Raithby Road, Spilsby
Thorpe Road, Tattershall Thorpe (near the Bluebell Inn)
St Peter's Avenue, Lincoln
ROADS PASSABLE WITH CARE:
Aswardby Bridge – the river has burst its banks the road is flooded but passable with care
High Toynton at the Tetford turn off – Passable with care
Stanhope Road, Horncastle – Heavily flooded requires 4x4 usage for passage
B1195, Main Street, Great Steeping, Spilsby, at the bend with Old Church Lane and Sandy Lane
A1175 Uffington Road, Stamford (near cricket club)
A1 slip road at Gonerby Moor
B1398 at Burton
13 Jun 19 12:51 PM