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5 November 2012, 16:00 | Updated: 5 November 2012, 16:22
The Director of Billing Aquadrome and Cogenhoe Mill says there is no fear of the campsites flooding.
The Environment Agency issued a flood warning this morning for the Cogenhoe Mill site following a day a heavy rainfall.
The warning has since been lifted.
This afternoon the River Nene was gushing past the site with some signs of an overspill but Peter Angelides, Director of Pure Leisure who operate the two sites, says this is nothing to be concerned about.
Both Billing Aquadrome and Cogenhoe Mill were evacuated earlier this year as a precaution by the Environment Agency.
Mr Angelides is confident this isn't about to happen again:
" If there was anything to be concerned about they would all be informed (residents) we have very very early warning notifications of potential flood warnings and we're no where near that stage"