Phil Dixon: "My wife and I run the Bluebird Cafe by the lake, Coniston, we have been hit by the floods yesterday and last night, we have around 2ft of water in the café."
Rebecca Bancroft lives on Cockermouth’s main street. Rebecca and her mum were rescued at 0700GMT on Friday by boat and are now staying with family.
Andy Williamson: “The old bridge over the River Cocker in Low Lorton has been completely washed away. At least one car was parked on it to avoid the rising waters (a Land Rover, now 100m downstream)."
Steven Johnson is the manager of the Lodore Falls hotel in Borrowdale Valley currently has 70 guests and 60 staff are standed.
Dickon Chaplin-Brice has a camping barn in St Johns in the Vale where four ambulance drivers were forced to stay an extra night because of the flood waters.
Paul Jones lives in a village eight miles away from Cockermouth. This police car got stuck in the flood water and the driver had to climb out to safety.
Phil Howe is trapped in his bedsit above his office in Cockermouth.
David Mckittrick was forced to spend the night in a hotel in Ambleside after the roads became blocked by flood water...
...David says that even when the waters subside there will be lots of debris left on the road.
John Moore captured the flooded River Derwent in Cockermouth, Cumbria on Thursday, 19 November...
...John says it's grey and windy and it hasn't stopped raining since the beginning of November.
Student Megan Dennison is looking for somewhere to stay after her Ambleside home flooded causing the boiler to break, and a gas leak.
Ken Smith says roads have been closed and flood warnings are in place in Darlington, County Durham...
..Ken can see the river from where he lives in Darlington. He says the banks haven't broken, despite the high water levels.
Adam Stephenson captured the rising, rushing waters of the River Kent, in Kendal, Cumbria. If you would like to see your picture featured please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. For terms and conditions please see: www.bbc.co.uk/yourpics
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