WATER levels in a village which suffered severe flooding last month are 'above normal' once more, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) have said.

People were evacuated from their homes when floods hit Bangor-on-Dee, near Wrexham, last month as Storm Christoph hit the region.

It was one of several communities in the Wrexham area affected with the likes of Rosssett and New Broughton also suffering.

Now, NRW have posted another flood alert for the area, as river levels rise once more due to heavy rain.

They added that river levels in the village are currently “above normal” and that officers are 'monitoring the situation'.

They are also warning that some localised flooding problems in the area may result from surface water.

Half a dozen flood alerts are in place for the region by NRW at this moment in time.

Others include on the Upper Dee flood plain where there is a warning of potential flooding of rural properties and farmland, from Llanuwchllyn to Llangollen, with river levels again 'above normal'.