A STRATFORD-upon-Avon pilot captured the rising levels of the River Avon on camera at the weekend.
Lee Ingram from Stratford-based aviation gift voucher company, Air Experiences, took the photos around Sunday lunchtime from a light aircraft.
Although on Monday morning there were no flood alerts for Stratford, a flood warning has been issued for Welford-on-Avon and Weston-on-Avon.
At 4.30am today, the Environment Agency said river levels were still rising in Welford, with flooding expected to continue until around midday.
There is no rainfall forecast for this morning, but light showers are expected later today in Stratford and Welford.
Stratford Racecourse was largely under water on Sunday.
The Avon creeps up to a house near the Racecourse.
Another image of Stratford Racecourse. All photos provided by http://airexperiences.co.uk
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