Video of the River Lugg in flood from Lugg Green bridge 16.2.20. The River Lugg was at it’s highest recorded level.
There are two main rivers running through the parish which are the River Lugg and the River Arrow. The Lugg is an SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) so is protected under government legislation. The document from Natural England here outlines its characteristics, flora and fauna and reasons for its SSSI designation.
The current river levels measured by automatic gauges which are updated every 15 minutes and live information can be seen below. The Byton automatic gauge is for the Lugg north of Kingsland and the Eardisland gauge is on the Arrow.
The current River Lugg level at the Byton gauge can be seen in real time, with a link to current flood warnings and lots of other interesting information, by clicking here
Below is live information direct from the Byton gauge. Click the gauge name for more information.
The current River Arrow level at the Eardisland gauge can be seen in real time, with a link to current flood warnings and lots of other interesting information, by clicking here
There is also an automatic gauge at Eardisland and live information is below. Click the gauge name for more information.
For those of you heading north up the A4110 you can get information on flood warnings and river levels on the Teme at Leintwardine by clicking here
Here is the live gauge at Leintwardine. Again, click on the gauge name for more information.