Accrington and Oswaldtwistle Flash Flood Alert Area

No current or recent warnings.

Flood Warning Area Details

River Hyndburn, Pleck Brook, Antley Syke, Hyndburn Brook, Broad Oak Water, Woodnook Water, Tinker Brook, Lottice Brook and Whiteash Brook in Accrington and Oswaldwistle. Comprising Dunnyshop, Baxenden, Lower Fold, Peel Bank, Barnfield and Little Moor

Region: North West

Counties covered: Lancashire

Watercourses covered: River Hyndburn, Pleck Brook, Antley Syke, Hyndburn Brook, Broad Oak Water, Woodnook Water, Tinker Brook, Lottice Brook and Whiteash Brook

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for Accrington and Oswaldtwistle Flash Flood Alert Area.

Icons on the map show nearby level monitoring stations. They are not necessarily related to this particular flood warning area.

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Limy Water at Love Clough
Areas at risk include CPA Social Club and properties on Penny Lodge Lane, Love Clough Fold and Love Clough Park

No current or recent warnings.

River Blakewater at Blackburn Wranglings, Area B
Properties adjacent to the River Blackewater in Blackburn Wrangling including those on Harrison Street, Whalley Banks, Brunswick Street, Thomas Street and Canterbury Street

No current or recent warnings.

River Blakewater at Blackburn Wranglings, Area A
Properties adjacent to the River Blakewater in Blackburn Wrangling including those on George Street West, Whalley Banks and Stoneyhurst Road

No current or recent warnings.

River Calder at Padiham, Area C
The business park at Mead Way.

No current or recent warnings.

Folly Clough Brook at Crawshawbooth
Areas at risk are properties along Burnley Road between Adelaide Street and Forest Bank Road. This includes Britannia Mill, Quakers Friend Meeting House and Mansion House Buildings, parts of Water Street and the Library on Adelaide Street.

No current or recent warnings.

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