05:01AM, Thursday 13 February 2014
The warnings were released at 4pm today by the Enivronment Agency (EA) with further heavy rain expected tomorrow and Saturday.
The Royal Borough is continuing to work with the EA, the police and fire and rescue service to support homeowners and travellers affected by flooding.
Sandbag deliveries will be continued to Wraysbury, Datchet and other areas which are deemed imminitely in danger of flooding.
Chemical toilets are also being delivered to elderly and disabled householders who have no access to working toilets while leisure centres and public halls have been opened for use.
A limited supply of portable events-style toilets is being delivered to the following areas:
Ham Lane, Old Windsor (3)
Meadow Way, Old Windsor (2)
Junction of Fairfield Approach / Ouseley Road, Wraysbury (2)
Weylands (opposite Wraysbury Primary School), Wraysbury (2)
Welley Road, Wraysbury, opposite the junction with The Avenue (2)
Junction of Eton Road / Slough Road, Datchet (2)
Junction of Ditton Road / Horton Road, Datchet (2)
The Avenue, Datchet (2)
Neville Memorial Hall, Milley Road, Waltham St Lawrence (2)
Junction of Lightlands Lane / Bass Mead, Cookham (2)
Bisham Abbey Sports Centre, Bisham (2)
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