Many thanks to The White Lion in Talybont for facilitating this camera's location. This is a co-funded project on behalf of the Natural Environment Research Council (Nerc) funded project, the 'Environmental Virtual Observatory pilot' (through Aberystwyth University and The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen) They are exploring the interest in and use of internet-based resources to individuals and communities following a flooding event. Through demonstration to, and evaluation by a local community focus group, the potential of online resources to improve understanding of catchment hydrology will be assessed. The Afon Leri is located in the Ceredigion region of Wales and joins the Afon Ceulan in Talybont, from where it flows to its mouth in the Dovey Estuary at Ynyslas, by-passing Borth. Talybont, Dolybont and Borth were all subjected to considerable flood damage as a result of the River Leri flooding in June, 2012.Tal-y-bont, also known as Talybont, is a village situated in Ceredigion, Wales. It occupies a strategic position on the A487 road, approximately equidistant between Aberystwyth and Machynlleth. The village finds itself nestled alongside the Afon Leri and the Afon Ceulan in the region of Genau'r Glyn, at the base of Ceulan Maes-mawr, which reaches an elevation of 383 meters (1,257 feet). The village boasts a rich history intertwined with old silver and lead mines, as well as woolen mills that surround its environs.While the extraction of silver and lead in the area dates back to Roman times, it was during the 19th century that Tal-y-bont experienced significant growth. This period witnessed the construction of terraced houses to accommodate the influx of workers who migrated to the area. Many of these houses, including the pharmacy, are designated as listed buildings, retaining their original features such as sliding sash windows. Remarkably, in 1835, Tal-y-bont comprised a mere 35 houses, predominantly thatched roof cottages.At its peak, the village boasted a thriving commercial center, with 15 shops, a garage, two banks, and three Nonconformist chapels. The Tabernacl, constructed in 1812, Eglwys Dewi Sant (St. David's Church), built in 1909, and Bethel, Capel yr Annibynwyr (Independent chapel), were prominent religious establishments. Additionally, the Memorial Hall was inaugurated on August 6, 1924, serving as a poignant tribute to those who lost their lives during the First World War.