12:32PM, Thursday 27 December 2012
A number of flood warnings have been issued across the area following heavy rainfall this week.
The Environment Agency is monitoring the situation around the clock and is providing updates via its website, text and email alerts, and its designated Floodline on 0845 988 1188.
The B4447 near Cookham Moor and Sonning Bridge are both closed to traffic because of the flooding. Loddon Bridge Park and Ride is also closed.
See below for a round-up of the warnings in place:
River Thames at Marlow and Bisham
Includes Marlow Lock, South Marlow, Little Marlow and Bisham Abbey
River Thames at Cookham
Includes Hurley, Harleyford and Bourne End
UPDATE: 28/12/12 - A warning has been issued for the River Thames at Bourne End, including Spade Oak Reach, Cockmarsh and Riversdale
River Loddon at Twyford, Charvil and Wargrave
Includes Loddon Drive
River Thames at Henley, Remenham and Medmenham
Includes Mill End
River Thames at Shiplake to Bolney Court near Henley
Includes Lower Shiplake and Wargrave
River Thames at Sonning
Includes Mapledurham, Reading, Caversham, and Playhatch
Lower River Loddon
Includes Lower Earley, Sindlesham, Winnersh, Woodley, Hurst and Waltham-St-Lawrence
Wokingham Borough Council is also keeping residents up to date via its website
Colne Brook at Iver and Colnbrook
Windsor and Ascot
River Thames at Old Windsor
Includes Old Windsor Lock, Straight Road, Church Road, St Luke's Road and Friday Island
River Thames at Wraysbury
Includes Ham Island and Friary Island
River Thames at Datchet
Includes Slough Road, Eton Road, Horton Road, Frogmore, Datchet Golf Course and Datchet Common
River Thames at Staines and Egham
Includes Bell Weir and Penton Hook Locks, Runnymede, Hythe End, Pooley Green, Thorpe Lea and east Egham
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has provided emergency contact details for affected residents on its website, including information on how to obtain sandbags
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