Banbury United Football Club is holding an auction and fundraiser event after the their stadium was flooded during Strom Henk.

The event, set to take place on February 10 at 6pm in the club's clubhouse, will feature an auction of limited edition and vintage Banbury United merchandise, with proceeds going towards the club's flood appeal.

All fans are welcome at the auction event to bid on exclusive Banbury United items and memorabilia, and connect with fellow supporters.

Recent flooding at the Banbury Plant Hire Community Stadium, the club's home ground, forced the cancellation of the club's match against Peterborough Sports initially scheduled for January 7.

Those who are unable to attend can also contribute to the flood appeal through a donation.

The club said: "Together, we'll overcome this challenge and come back stronger than ever."

The wider Banbury community has been severely affected by the flooding, with a total of 34 flood alerts placed across Oxfordshire on the day of the flood.

Oxfordshire also experienced heavy winds from Storm Henk, which caused disruptions across the UK, including fallen trees blocking railway lines between Bicester North and Banbury.

The club will continue to update fans and the public through social media and it is expected they will need help to clear the stadium once the water clears.