PEOPLE who caught the flooding this summer on film are being urged to help stop it happening again.
Holme Valley parish councillor Royston Rogers has appealed to anyone with photos or films of the floods that ruined the summer in parts of the Huddersfield area to help him compile a report to give to the Environment Agency.
Kirklees Council has employed a management agency to outline the problems seen this summer.
Mr Rogers said: "I need any information about the floods I can get, to try to stop this happening again.
"We need to prove the amount of damage that took place. We need to establish a flood warning and some kind of flood defence, so if we do keep getting these flash floods we can stop businesses and homes being so badly hit.
"Even if people have old pictures from years ago they should get in touch with me," he added.
"We love the Holme Valley and we want to stay here and not be hit by the elements.
"We need to deal with it now, so we don't become a flood risk.
"It has taken a long time for people to listen, but at least the council are now doing something and paying a management firm to try and present things properly."
Anyone who thinks they can help by providing pictures, videos or just accounts of what happened should e-mail Mr Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org or post them to PC's Pet Care, Unit 10, Albion Mill, Miry Lane, Thongsbridge, Holmfirth HD9 7HP.