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High Street Set Back Before Christmas
Shops were counting the cost in Braunton on Saturday 22nd of December after severe flooding meant that the town became cut off from the rest of North Devon.
The main street was under 3 feet of water and it should have been the town's busiest shopping day before Christmas.
Pubs and cafes also missed out on a bumper morning as no traffic or visitors were able to reach the town.
More than 100 people on Facebook have joined a group to offer their time and support to help all of those affected wih the clean up of their properties once the wet weather has gone.
You can offer your support and help by visiting the Facebook group: CLICK HERE
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