Welcome back to another week of the Oswestry Advertizer and we’ve got some crackers for you – and we have even included as many flooding pictures as you’d expect!

Starting left to right, as ever, we have John Bennett hiding in a tunnel from the rain, while Julie Sheffield has been getting up close and personal with some frog spawn!

Andrew Moz caught this gentle view of the Mere in Ellesmere while across the page...well...in the office, we all said a number of expletives in answer to whether we would cross this bridge, taken by Philip Trafalgar in Nepal.

Tracey Austin’s been on her travels again, this time to Llangollen to catch the Dee as its quickest while Trevor Bates sent in this snap that’s more befitting of an autumnal Camera Club than late winter.

Lucy Evans’s lovely lambs from park Hall are next, with Wendy Clough Jones reminding everyone what the sun and blue sky looks like.

New member Angie Sanders caught a rushing Maesbury Ford while Marian Morris caught the Ceiriog Valley brilliantly.

Back on the original page, Amy Williams has been on heron watch and my, did she catch a beauty!

Paul Robson’s flowers got him motivated to get out in the rain and does anyone remember the advert with the squirrel and the Mission Impossible music? Just me then.

And to finish, it’s the Queen of the sunsets, Jill Adger at the Mere.