Water levels in Reading have returned to normal after a week of record-breaking floods swept through the town.

At 2:45pm on January 11, the height was recorded in Reading at 6.94m with a steady trend.

On Sunday, January 7, water levels reached their peak in Caversham which was measured as the highest level recorded at that measuring station.

The Environmental Agency has said that flooding might not happen again at the same historical levels because flood management schemes are now in place.

Although water levels in the centre of Reading have returned to normal, there still appear to be flood warnings at Purley Village and in Wargrave.