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List of road closures across Stamford, Rutland, Bourne and the Deepings during Storm Babet





Storm Babet has flooded the area leaving some roads impassable.

Heavy rain and strong winds battered the area this morning (Friday) and are expected to continue into tomorrow.

Some roads have been shut due to flooding from Storm Babet, including:

The Willow Brook has burst its banks
The Willow Brook has burst its banks

• A606, Melton Road, Langham

• Main Street, Whissendine

• Stamford Road, King’s Cliffe

• A47 roundabout between Upton and Sutton (now open)

• Ashwell Road, Ashwell

• Pinfold Lane, South Luffenham

• Church Street, Ketton (now open)

Flooding in Stamford Road, King's Cliffe
Flooding in Stamford Road, King's Cliffe

Some roads remain open but are heavily flooded and may be impassable to some drivers. These are:

Police closed the road in Holywell this morning (Friday)
Police closed the road in Holywell this morning (Friday)
The A6003 between Uppingham and Preston
The A6003 between Uppingham and Preston

• A47 at Morcott

• A47 at Allexton

• A47 at Ailsworth

• A605 between Oundle and Peterborough at Elton

• Blatherwycke Road between Blatherwycke and King’s Cliffe

• Ashwell Road near Oakham

• A6003 between Uppingham and Preston

• Wood Lane, Braunston

• Stretton roundabout towards the A1

Wood Lane, Braunston is flooded
Wood Lane, Braunston is flooded
What is normally a shallow stream in Oakham is now fast-flowing water
What is normally a shallow stream in Oakham is now fast-flowing water

This list will be updated as we receive further information.

To let us know about a road closure or flooding, email maddy.baillie@iliffepublishing.co.uk.

Due to the heavy rainfall Rutland County Council has also had to close the accessibility toilet at the bus station in Oakham.

Flooding in Stretton at the roundabout off the A1
Flooding in Stretton at the roundabout off the A1

A flood alert has been issued for the River Witham in North Witham.



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