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Valentine's Day plans ruined by Storm Dennis floods as pub on banks of River Severn forced to shut doors

Stroud Life Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Valentine's Day plans ruined by Storm Dennis floods as pub on banks of River Severn forced to shut doorsThe Yew Tree Inn in Chaceley says its "preparing for the worst".
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News video: Motorists & pedestrians risk floods in West Yorkshire after Storm Dennis closes a road.

Motorists & pedestrians risk floods in West Yorkshire after Storm Dennis closes a road. 03:49

A road was closed in Allerton Bywater in West Yorkshire today (February 16th) after the River Aire burst its banks due to Storm Dennis.

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