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Last Updated: Wednesday, 27 June 2007, 13:41 GMT 14:41 UK
In Pictures: Flooding in East Midlands

flooding in Kelham (photo by Alan Clifford)

Roads in Kelham were flooded after the River Trent burst its banks.

Alford Cricket Club

The Alford Cricket Club had to close its doors after the heavy rain in Derbyshire.

Car submerged in Derbyshire

Some vehicles were submerged in the rising flood water.

Flooding in Newstead (photo by Jurgen Halligen)

Car parks were transformed into ponds in Newstead, Nottinghamshire.

Houses in Pinxton, Derbyshire were hit hard by the heavy rains.

Houses in Pinxton, Derbyshire were hit hard by the heavy rains.

Aerial view of flooding in Worksop

The town centre in Worksop was closed due to flooding.

A rescue in Worksop

Some Worksop residents had to be rescued by boat after a nearby river overflowed its banks.

The roads in South Wingfield, Derbyshire were turned into rivers.

The roads in South Wingfield, Derbyshire were turned into rivers.

Goalposts near Worksop

Play was impossible on this pitch near Worksop, Nottinghamshire.

Minster School in Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Many schools were closed - including the Minster School in Southwell in Nottinghamshire.

Road near Rowsley in Derbyshire

Roads in Derbyshire near Rowsley were awash with water after the heavy rains.

Tennis ball in water at Nottingham (Photo by Andy Zadora)

Heavy rain stopped play at the Nottingham Open on Friday and play was eventually moved inside.






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