The River Derwent burst its banks again this year, because of lockdown we were unable to go and take photos, more here
Storm Christoph warnings https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-55715806
Derby floods 8 11 2019
Derwent river levels are now higher than in 2000 & 2014, at 3.2m and are expected to reach 3.8 later this evening. The river has breached the banks in several places, photos taken from 3 till 4pm. See Derbyshire Fire & Rescue tweets for latest. At about 3.30pm, panicking children were helped over the floodbank, as they realised the river was going to cut them off, at St Marys place. (small pix, 3rd from bottom left) More shortly.
NB 200 workers had to be evacuated from the Rolls-Royce nuclear reactor on Raynesway that day, as rising river levels threatened their safety and the reactor.
NB Derby/Derbyshire incinerator is, mercifully, still shut down. However, we believe that an application will be made, to burn nuclear waste there.