What do you think?

The Government wants victims of the floods to have their say in its investigation. The environment, food and rural affairs committee has decided to hold an inquiry into last month’s flooding and it wants to hear from people directly affected.

Its work will contribute to a wider ‘lessons learned’ inquiry into the June floods which seeks to find out what, if anything, should have been done to prevent the damage.

To have your say email the committee on efracom@parliament.uk stating a contact name, telephone number and postal address. Submissions should be no more than 3,000 words.

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Lypiatt Terrace in Montpellier, Cheltenham, was built around 1847 and is Grade II listed. The terrace is set back from the road and designed in an Italianate style, reflecting the architectural extravagance of the Victorian era. Info from Cheltonia. #chel

The Farmers' Market is on today on the Promenade. It's moved in front of the Long Gardens temporarily due to the bus diversions :seedling::tulip::cake::bread::green_apple::strawberry:#cheltenham #farmersmarket #shoplocal #freshproduce #market #wearecbc

The Imperial Fountain just off the corner of Imperial Square and Trafalgar Street. #publicart #Cheltenham

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