Flood news and stories

On Monday 25th June 2007, the Wicker and surrounding areas filled with flood waters from the River Don. The Messenger website brings you news and photos of the disaster.

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Flood advice and support

Advice and support for residents and businesses affected by the floods on 25th June, 2007. Updated on 3rd July.

Burngreave floods in the news

Links to news stories and information about the flooding on 25th June and the aftermath. Updated 3rd July.

Help for business affected by the recent floods

Support announced for businesses affected by the floods on Monday 25th June, including a helpline, recovery fund and an emergency meeting. Updated 29th June.

Burngreave resident named as one of the flood victims

The 68 year old man, who was thought to have died on the Wicker during the floods on Monday 25th June 2007, has been named as Peter Harding of Burngreave. Updated 29th June.

Photographs after the flood

Photographs of the Wicker and srrounding areas after the flood waters of Monday 25th June 2007 had receded. Updated 27th June.

Latest flood news

Links to the latest news about the after effects of flooding in Sheffield on Monday 25th June 2007. Updated 27th June.

Clean up starts after a night of flooding

Flood waters recede from the Wicker leaving mud, debris and abandoned vehicles. Updated 26th June.

Photographs of flooding

Photographs taken of the flooding around the Wicker on the 25th June 2007. Updated 26th June.

Wicker closed as the Don bursts its banks

Flooding affects roads across Sheffield. The Wicker, Nursery Street, Sutherland Street and Upwell Street are closed around Burngreave and Fir Vale. Updated 25th June.

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