02:37AM, Thursday 20 February 2014
Flood victims in Bisham have been visited by Theresa May.
Along with representatives from the Royal Borough, Maidenhead's MP took time from her busy schedule to visit properties in Bisham Road yesterday, many of which are still affected.
Mrs May also visited nearby Longridge Activity in Quarry Wood Road, which has faced up to £100,000 worth of damage from rising river levels.
After her visit the Home Secretary said: "Although river levels have stabilised, we must remain vigilant and I will continue to liaise with the Environment Agency and local councils.
"Even when the immediate flooding threat has gone, there will still be work needed to ensure that residents have the support they need to recover from any damage and disruption.”
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