08:20AM, Wednesday 26 February 2014
Flood victims are being asked to draw up a list of things they need to help them recover.
The Royal Borough has received more than 200 offers of help from local people and businesses - all wanting to support flood-hit communities.
Cllr Carwyn Cox (Con, Hurley and Walthams), cabinet member for environmental services, said: “The flooding has brought misery and difficulties to many families in our borough and it is wonderful that we have received very generous offers of help and support from so many quarters."
He said the authority now wanted to link the offers being made with what people actually needed.
Residents are asked to email their requests to Deb Beasley, community and voluntary development officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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