Many thanks to Mr & Mrs Forthergill Talybont Floodees 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 The Afon Leri, known as the River Leri in English, is a significant watercourse located in Ceredigion, Wales. Its source originates from Llyn Craig-y-Pistyll, and it converges with the Afon Ceulan at Talybont before meandering behind Borth and eventually reaching its estuarine mouth in the Dyfi estuary, specifically at Ynyslas.Historically, the course of the river led it to discharge into Cardigan Bay, south of Ynyslas. However, in 1824, alterations were made to divert its path, primarily to establish a harbor that would support the local shipbuilding industry.