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Your pictures: Gloucestershire flooding

Photo by Andrew

Making the best of a bad situation. Photo sent in by Andrew in Gloucester.

Photo by Ben Welbourn

Ben Welbourn took this in Stroud: "The helicopter was called out to rescue a man stuck in a tree in the floodwater - he was attempting to rescue a cow!"

Photo by Andy Lewis

Andy Lewis sent this image from the village of Nauton. Andy has been helping his in-laws cope with flood damage to their house.

Photo by Andrew Pain

A lone wheelie bin stands resolute in Longlevens, Gloucester. Photo by Andrew Pain.

Photo by Simon Ball

Simon Ball: "River Chelt as it flowed down Bath Parade where I work in Cheltenham, about half an hour after it burst its banks on Friday afternoon."

Picture by Ady Mills

A youngster gets carried through the waters in Ashchurch, Tewkesbury. Picture by Ady Mills.

Photo by Aaron Floyd

Submerged cars in a Tewkesbury car park. Photo by Aaron Floyd.

Photo by Richard Huish

Richard Huish got stranded in Tewkesbury and had to spend the night in his car. Richard says the water was waist deep.

Photo by John Wright

A couple wade their way to their front door in Gloucester. Photo by John Wright.

Photo by Michael Amhuerst

The Old Mill in Tewkesbury. Michael says that the flood waters are still rising. Send images to: For terms and conditions see right hand side.

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