Surrey residents affected by recent flooding are being offered advice and support from a specialist flooding charity from next week.
The National Flood Forum, a registered charity specialising in supporting people and communities affected by flooding, is working with local councils to give advice and practical tips. Using a dedicated flood recovery trailer, the Flood Forum will visit 10 sites across Spelthorne and Runnymede throughout the next week.
Advice and support will be offered to other communities across Surrey in coming weeks, with locations to be confirmed.
The first locations are as follows:
Monday 3 March
- Green Street Car Park, Sunbury, TW16 6RA, 10am – 2pm
- Shepperton Village Hall, High Street, Shepperton, TW17 9AU, 4 – 7pm
Tuesday 4 March
- Car park, Runnymede Pleasure Grounds, Egham, TW20 0AE, 10am – 2pm
- Chertsey Lane, between Coopers Close and Timsway, Egham, TW18, 4 – 7pm
Wednesday 5 March
- Recreation ground, Pond Road, Egham, TW20, 10am – 2pm
- Chertsey Lane by Truss’s Island, Chertsey, TW18, 4 – 7pm
Thursday 6 March
- High Street, Staines upon Thames, 10am – 2pm
- Laleham Park, off Shepperton Road, TW18, 4 – 7pm
Friday 7 March
- The Kingfisher Pub, Chertsey Bridge Road, Chertsey, KT16 8LF, 10am – 4pm
Saturday 8 March
- Stanwell Moor Village Hall, Horton Road, TW19 6AG, 9am – 12pm
See the Surrey County Council website for up-to-date flooding advice.