ROAD closures remain in force across Herefordshire this morning despite falling river levels.

A Herefordshire Council spokesperson said the following closures are still in place:

  • C1120 at Moreton-on-Lugg
  • C1122 at Wellington
  • Lower Bullingham Lane, Hereford - NOW OPEN
  • A438 at Letton
  • C1086 to A438 at Letton
  • C1193 at Madley
  • B4229 at Goodrich

All flood warnings for Herefordshire have been removed by the Environment Agency this morning (February 23).

However, there are still flood alerts in force for the county. They are for:

  • River Lugg south of Leominster
  • River Wye in Herefordshire
  • Upper Teme

The Environment Agency said flooding may continue to affect low lying land and roads adjacent to the river Lugg from Stoke Prior to Mordiford,  Bodenham, Lugwardine and Hampton Bishop.

Flooding is also continuing to affect low lying land and roads along the river Wye from Hay on Wye to Ross on Wye. Other locations that may be affected include the A438, Byford, Bredwardine and Hereford.

And in the north of the county, flooding is still affecting low lying land and roads adjacent to the river Teme.