Flood fears have subsided on rivers across the region.

But there are still concerns with more heavy rain forecast for the rest of this week.

The River Calder at Mirfield has now dropped below the danger level set by the Environment Agency.

They say that flooding is possible when the river exceeds a depth of 2.7m and early this afternoon it was running at less than 1.5m.

In pictures: flooding in Huddersfield on Saturday night

At its peak at midnight on Saturday the river rose to just short of 5.2m, close to the record level of 5.3m.

The weekend rain caused flooding problems across Battyeford and Mirfield.

The Ship Inn in Steanard Lane, Mirfield, was badly hit and will be closed for several weeks for a major clean-up at the busiest time of the year.

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The Environment Agency has relaxed its flood warnings. By late yesterday there were no severe flood warnings and just seven warnings which warn that flooding is imminent.

The weekend flooding saw more than 100 calls to West Yorkshire Fire Service. Among the 60 or so incidents they dealt with were calls to flooded homes and gardens in Birkby, where an old mill pond overflowed.