December 2013 saw the UK hit by the worst weather in 40 years. Several days of heavy rain and high winds caused rivers throughout the country to rise at an alarming rate, with many reaching their peak as the rain relentlessly fell for two days. The 20-mile-long River Wey running through Surrey was no longer able to sustain the onslaught of nature’s wrath and at 14.00hrs on December 23rd, the river banks gave way, spilling over into the historic market town of Godalming and the Cattershall Lane area.

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