This is our archive page. Archive sounded a bit nondescript so we chose to call it what it is. Everyone remembers the floods.

We’re keeping safe a couple of pages, our small piece of history:

We’ve added some photos below, but you might also want to browse our news, looking at the photos and video that tell the story of the summer of 2007.

leisure@cheltenham our flooded leisure facilities in Cheltenham

Cheltenham floods 20-07-2007

Cheltenham food business affected by loss of mains water

Cheltenham floods 20-07-2007

Cheltenham floods 20-07-2007

Blue Brolly

Water being delivered by the Army, North Place car park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire 2007-07-27_6314

Cheltenham Borough Homes staff deliver water to their tenants

Cheltenham Borough Council emergency planning team

Bath Parade

College Road

St Lukes Place

Cheltenham Borough Council staff helping distribute bottled water at B&Q - service with a smile :)

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Photos on flickr

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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