A Worksop resident has described that her family, including her disabled siblings, has become messed up because she has become homeless due to the weather.

18-year-old Robyn Conley saw her family home destroyed by a prolonged flood after parts of the Midlands and North of England were hit by a month of rain.

Ms. Conley, who lives with her mother and three siblings, told PA news agency about the difficulties her family has been going through.

Robyn Conley, whose home on Central Avenue, Worksop, was destroyed by flooding
Robyn Conley (Robyn Conley / PA)

"It's a big impact for my family," said Ms. Conley.

"My mother is single with disabled children, now without a home … it's a big pressure."

Ms. Conley's sister suffers from epilepsy and cerebral palsy, while one of her brothers has Talipes, also known as club foot. Her other brother has ADHD, among other things.

"I said," Why can not we just stay up in the house? "Said Mrs. Conley.

"(But) the humidity could hit my sister hard.

"We thought she would get a seizure (on Friday night). She somehow knows when she will have one … she knows the signs. "

Flooding on Central Avenue in Worksop
Flooding on Central Avenue in Worksop (Robyn Conley / PA)

The tsunami not only destroyed Ms. Conley's home in Central Avenue, but also made it difficult for the family to collect medication.

"My little sister has epilepsy, so we had to get her medication," said Ms. Conley.

"We had to get on the boat and go to the pharmacy.

"They told us that they had no medication for my sister, which was scary for us."

Ms. Conley's family currently lives with her grandmother on the spot and expects to be in a hotel on Tuesday night.

And while her mother searches for homes to move in, the 18-year-old faces the prospect of moving away from her family due to the lack of housing and space for her siblings.

"I just turned 18, so I just gotten really mature," she said.

"I am currently on my universal loan and have just come from college to find work.

"It's really a big pressure, because I suddenly found a job and then told them that I do not think I can get the job because my house is flooded.

"I no longer live with my family, but I am now put in an apartment.

"One day it's perfect, everything is fine, the next day we lost our house."