Heavy rains cause flooding today - are you affected?

Published: 1 May 2012 09:300 comments

Flooding has caused roads and a Warfield school to close.

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Flooding has caused four roads and a Warfield school to close.

Ryehurst Lane in Binfield is closed between Church Lane and Bottle Lane.

Emmbrook Road is closed, reports of a car stuck in flood water under the bridge and heavy traffic in Reading Road.

Mill Lane, Sindlesham is closed and Loddon Bridge Park and Ride, Winnersh, remains closed.

Bracknell Forest Council has put up warning signs along Bracknell Road near the Stirrups hotel in Maidens Green after heavy rain fall flooded the road today.

The driveway at Meadowbrook Montessori in Malt Hill is also flooded and the school is closed.

The following roads in the Wokingham borough are also closed:

- Redlake Lane, Wokingham Without has been closed between Easthampstead Road and Honey Hill due to severe flooding. The alternative route for all affected by this is via Easthampstead Road, Heathlands Road and Honey Hill, or by this route in reverse.

- Sandford Lane, Hurst/Woodley betweens its junctions with Mohawk Way and B3030 Davis Street. The alternative route for all affected by the restrictions during these works is via Mohawk Way, The Bader Way, Loddon Bridge Interchange South, A329 Reading Road, Robinhood Lane and Davis Street or by this route reversed.

- School Road, Riseley between The Devil's Highway and the Borough Boundary.

- Landsend Ford, between B3030 Lodge Road and Waingels Road. The alternative route for all affected by this restriction is via A329 B3030 Lodge Road, A321 Waltham Road, Church Street, A3032 Old Bath Road and Park lane, or this route in reverse.

Have you been affected? Call the newsroom on 01344 456611, comment below or email news@bracknellnews.co.uk

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