Video footage of one of the worst flood-hit areas in Norfolk shows entire fields flooded after torrential rainfall over the weekend.

Drone footage over Scarning Rushmeadow, taken by Dereham man Justin Dack, shows the impact of rising water levels in Norfolk after the meadow was flooded by heavy rain and overflowing streams and rivers.

The threat to Norfolk's wildlife follows after fifteen separate flood alerts were issued last week for rivers, lakes and tributaries in Norfolk. 

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A total of 13 flood alerts and three flood warnings remain on the government's website after higher river levels have been seen across the county.

The worst affected rivers currently include the River Burn from South Creake to Burnham Thorpe, the River Waveney from Bungay to Ellingham and the River Waveney from Diss to Bungay.

Local authorities continue to monitor the situation closely and have advised the public to take care on riverside roads and footpaths.

For more updates you can check for flood alerts and warnings on the government website.