The Environment Agency has renewed seven flood alerts and one warning as the county continues to battle with high rivers.

One red flood warning has been reissued on the River Burn from South Creake to Burnham Thorpe. 

Seven flood alerts have also been renewed covering area in north Norfolk, west Norfolk around King's Lynn, south Norfolk near Thetford and Diss, and the Norfolk Broads.

Thetford & Brandon Times: Aerial photos of the floodingAerial photos of the flooding (Image: Mike Page)

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This marks a month of turmoil for the county with the region on high alert since before the festive period.

January has been prone to floods after Storm Henk brought higher-than-average rainfall, leading to Norfolk's river systems becoming overwhelmed.

This was particularly damaging after Storms Babet, Ciarán, Debi, Elin, Fergus and Gerit all hit the region late last year.