First-hand accounts of the 1953 Lincolnshire floods have been found in a garage after more than 50 years.
The eye witness stories were written by schoolchildren in Sutton on Sea and were discovered by a woman whose father taught the youngsters.
Sue Leese was clearing the garage after his death.
She is publishing a book of the stories and planning a reunion of those who wrote about the floods which devastated the eastern coast of England.
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