09:20AM, Monday 10 February 2014
Roads and schools are closed in the Royal Borough as flooding hits the area once again.
The Environment Agency has issued a number of severe flood warnings for stretches of the Thames including Datchet, Old Windsor, Wraysbury and Horton.
Wraysbury Primary school will be closed Monday and Tuesday. The school itself is not flooded but the closure is because of concerns about children getting to and from school.
Also Churchmead School, and Datchet St Mary's Primary School have decided to close because of the flooding.
Datchet St Mary's
Roads in the Datchet area are suffering badly from flooding. Be careful and obey the closure signs.
Current road closures:
Junction of High Street/ Slough road/The Green, Datchet
Queen's Road, Datchet
Welly Road, Wraysbury
Datchet Road, Horton
Horton Road, Datchet
Southlea Road, Datchet
Quarry Wood Lane, Bisham
Pococks Lane, Windsor
The B4447 crossing The Pound at Cookham
Ferry Lane (fully closed)
Sutton Road (between Sheephouse Road and Cookham High Street)
Station Hill, Ascot
Hurley - High Street, Shepherds Lane and Mill Lane
Meadow Lane, Eton
Also be aware that Surrey Council has closed the A308 at Runnymede.
Car parks closed:
Home Park, Windsor
King Edward VII car park, Datchet Road, Windsor
Hurley car park.
If you know of any vulnerable people needing assistance call the Royal Borough's customer contact centre on 01628 683800 or the out-of-hours number 01753 853817.
The council's customer contact centre is now open daily from 7am to 7pm to assist residents with flooding issues. Call 01628 683800.
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