St Osyth: Village is driest place in the UK

Making the most of the puddles - councillor Michael Talbot with his grandchildren, Sophie, 4, Molly, 4, and Lotti, 2. Picture: STEVE BRADING (53455-e)

Making the most of the puddles - councillor Michael Talbot with his grandchildren, Sophie, 4, Molly, 4, and Lotti, 2. Picture: STEVE BRADING (53455-e)

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Put your wellies away - St Osyth has been named as the driest place in the country for the past 40 years.

The village topped the list of driest places in the UK in the newly-published reference book The Top Ten of Everything 2007.

St Osyth was top of the chart - with an average annual rainfall of only 506.9mm.

Walton also squeezed on to the list in tenth place with an average of 533.9mm.

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