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Early Breakfast with James Stewart 4am - 6:30am
12 October 2010, 00:00
It's ten years since the devestating floods in Lewes and Uckfield.
After three days of heavy rain, the Rivers Ouse and Uck burst their banks around lunchtime on Oct 12th - In Lewes alone, more than 800 buildings were affected and 503 vehicles damaged with a total clear up bill of Eighty Eight million pounds.
The town was cut in half for three days and over a thousand people had to leave their homes
Heart's been talking to two local business owners about their memories of the day