A road near Southwold in Suffolk is underwater again several days after Storm Ciarán battered the county. 

The B1127 Potters Bridge has flooded and the road has been closed in both directions. 

This is the second time in a week that the road has been impassable.

The often-flooded route connects Southwold to Wrentham, and drivers passing through the area will have to follow a detour to Wangford and along the A12. 

A small river that runs underneath the road used to go through a sluice which has been taken away by coastal erosion. 

In 2021 more than 300 people signed a petition to urgently fix the road after a spate of closures due to flooding.

The water depth on the road is currently around 25cm deep. 

Planned work is due to start soon to fix the problem. 

It is unclear how long the flooding will close the road for.