Dramatic pictures and a video have shown the extent of flooding caused by the River Avon. 

The images and video show how the River Avon burst its banks, flooding both parts of Evesham and Bidford, as warnings are in place for residents to be prepared.

One video taken at Evesham Sports Club shows its pitches being completely waterlogged along with its car park. 

The Environment Agency revealed the River Avon peaked at 3.53m on Friday evening (February 9), but water levels are still high and warnings are still in place.

Aerial images taken in Bidford show the extent of the flooding that nearly overflowed onto the village bridge. 

A spokesperson for the Environment Agency said: "River levels have fallen but remain high at the Evesham and Bredon river gauges as a result of the recent heavy rainfall.

"Consequently, the risk of flooding remains.

Evesham Journal: Evesham Sports Club flooding.Evesham Sports Club flooding. (Image: Gemma Dudfield)"We expect flooding to affect low-lying land and roads adjacent to the River Avon from Abbotts Salford to Tewkesbury.

"Other locations that may be affected include Offenham, Evesham, Twyning and Eckington Road.

Evesham Journal: Aerial images of flooding in Bidford.Aerial images of flooding in Bidford. (Image: Submitted)"Mill Bank Road from Jubillee Bridge to Fladbury is impacted."

Waterside has finally reopened after it was closed due to flooding from the River Avon.

But Eckington Bridge and Brook Lane in Cropthorne remains closed.

According to the Met Office, it will be a dry week in Evesham and residents should expect some rainy spells on Sunday.