Tendring praised for support to those affected by flooding threats.
Rainy Start Doesn't Dampen V Fest Spirits
Revellers danced in the sun to All Saints and Little Mix at V Festival in Chelmsford after a rainy start to the music event.
Festival goers teamed wellington boots with sunglasses and skimpy outfits on Sunday, a day after the show in Essex was blasted by high winds and pouring rain.
The weather proved so bad at Hylands Park on Saturday that headliner Justin Bieber's preceding act, Sia, was delayed on stage as the technical crew fought to make her stage set work around the wind.
The festival takes place across two sites over one weekend, with the line-ups swapping locations for the second day.
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Bieber told fans he was "a little hung over" as he took to the stage and was said to have ordered 800 gallons of purified water for his performances this weekend.
Sorry singer Bieber, wearing a striped hoody, ran through tracks including Boyfriend, Baby, Love Yourself and Cold Water, but fans on Twitter complained that he appeared to be miming.
Flood-threatened residents have expressed relief on Essex's coast as a feared storm surge failed to deliver the chaos expected.
Evacuees escaping a predicted high tide and severe weather, which could cause mass flooding in a small Essex village, have begun arriving at a rest centre.
See the pictures as people start to escape predicted high tide and severe weather, due to hit Jaywick.
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