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AUDIO: Counting the cost of the Boxing Day floods

AUDIO: Counting the cost of the Boxing Day floods

Published at 7:03am 5th January 2016. (Updated at 6:25pm 6th January 2016)

The water may be gone from their homes, but for many of Yorkshire's flood victims, there's still a long road ahead. 

The clean-up is continuing for a number of homeowners and businesses who were flooded on Boxing Day.

Up to 12 inches of water poured into Manderley Farm near Pool-in-Wharfedale.

Stray FM has been speaking to Mark Keighley, whose family own the farm:

Farnley Lane was among the worst affected areas in Otley.

Hilary Gardener is one of the residents:

Shona Mellon was with her daughter Isla (pictured above with mum Wendy) in hospital when flood warnings started coming through on her phone.

They've since had to move in with her mum after their home was hit:

Volunteers from the local community have rallied around to help the residents, including Les Peel, who's nearly 80:

More than £4,000 has been raised by the Wharfe Valley Flood Appeal to help victims of the flooding in Otley.

An appeal has been made for industrial-sized dehumidifiers to help dry some of the homes affected.

You can donate to the appeal at https://www.gofundme.com/tkghzqqs