Branches have come down in St Nicholas Park

In Pictures: Storm Eunice batters Warwick with trees and fences falling down

Emergency services are warning people to take care if they go outside

By Kirstie Smith, Reporter
Friday, 18th February 2022, 3:20 pm
Updated Friday, 18th February 2022, 4:42 pm

Storm Eunice has now arrived in the Leamington, Warwick and Kenilworth area.

While the winds seem to be much stronger in the south of England, emergency services are warning people to be careful, with some trees, branches and fences falling.

These photos by Geoff Ousbey show trees, branches and fences coming down in Chapel Street, St Nicholas Park near the Emscote Road entrance and in St Nicholas Park amusement area.

Tree branches have also come down in Leamington - with emergency services moving the debris into The Dell to help clear the road.

Storm Eunice has also caused major travel disruption with all Chiltern Railways services being cancelled until the end of the day due to debris being blown onto the track.

For more information about the rail disruption click hereClick on this headline to read more on Storm Eunice: Storm Eunice in Warwickshire: Fire fighters urge residents to stay indoors, rail company warns against travel and Draycote Water shuts

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