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Adverse weather in Surrey

With adverse weather conditions continuing to affect Surrey, residents and drivers are being urged to keep updated on flood alerts and weather warnings.

Skips were today provided to help residents affected by flooding clear up debris and throw out rubbish. A list of the locations are below.

Advice on what to do after flooding can be found on the Environment Agency and Public Health England websites.

Residents can find out the latest on river flooding and the weather by visiting the Environment Agency and Met Office websites.

To contact the Environment Agency’s floodline, call 08459 881188. To report a power cut, contact UK Power Networks on 0800 783 8866 or SSE.

Water supply problems can be reported to Thames WaterSutton and East SurreyAffinity Water and Southern Water.

Drivers and residents can keep updated on general safety tips via the county council’s website and on local travel updates via the Surrey Travel Twitter feed and BBC website. The county council has also been helping out with clearing roads and removing fallen trees while Surrey 4×4 Response has been providing the authority with extra support.

People are being urged to use extreme caution when out and about, and to check on any vulnerable neighbours they think may need help. For more information on adult social care, visit the county council’s website.

Skip locations:

Guildford

  • William Road.
  • Mary Road.
  • Walnut Tree Close.

Brockham

  • Old School Lane, opposite the cottages.
  • Recreation ground car park.

Leatherhead

  • Bridge Street car park.

Pixham

  • Between Friends Provident and Pixholme Grove.

Godalming

  • Meadrow, near King’s Road.
  • Meadrow – near Hallam Road.
  • Wyatts Close.

Woking

  • Weyside Close.
  • Sanway Close.

The skips have been organised organised by the county council and the boroughs and districts.

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