Rosie, that's wonderful news. Will keep my fingers crossed. I second Artjak's and Nuts comments about packing, the plants should be fine. I was able to get hold of some wooden vegetable boxes from our local organic shop for free, which were stackable for small pots, but they would let the light in of course.
I dropped off another load at Andrew's on Monday on my way down to Devon (didn't think I'd get daughter, her bags, my bags and plants all in my little Fiesta, but we managed it! That will be my last lot for a while as we're off on hols next week, but somebody on Freegle is potting up some more for me in May.
I drove back up via Taunton to Glastonbury on the previously flooded A361 and it doesn't look too bad now. Some fields obviously trashed but others had been ploughed and sheep plus lambs were on grass in others. Lots and lots of sandbags along the river at Burrowbridge still. Couldn't see into many gardens as too busy driving with lots of traffic but hedgerows/trees seemed okay and very green. Guess it might take some time to see if the roots survive the wet.
Artjak, that's a huge number of pots you've got, well done you.(hope you can get them all in!
Jeannie, how are all your plants doing?