A coastal road is flooded after a Suffolk town was battered by high tides. 

The often-submerged Potters Bridge along the B1127, near Southwold, is almost impassable after becoming flooded once again. 

Southwold was hit by strong winds and high tides on Friday which has left a number of roads flooded in the area. 

James Dorrington who took the photo of the flooded road said that two cars have been abandoned.

The Environment Agency issued flood warnings and alerts for parts of Suffolk yesterday as higher than usual tides were expected. 

The Environment Agency said: "The current series of high spring tides will continue for the next few days and further warning messages may be issued.

"After the weekend the tides will start to fall away allowing the freshwater river flows to drain out to sea at low tide as normal again."