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Public Health England has published a useful document giving healthcare advice for those in flooded areas. Click here to read it

If you want to make a donation to The Community Foundation for Surrey (the Surrey Flood Recovery Appeal)


Flood recovery centres have been set up across north Surrey.

The council will be providing information and advice.

Seven centres across Runnymede, Elmbridge and Spelthorne are being opened.

The locations are:

  •     Hythe Centre, Thorpe Road, Egham TW18 3HD
  •     Chertsey Hall, Heriot Road, Chertsey KT16 9DR
  •     Elmbridge Community Hub, 72 High Street, Walton-on-Thames KT12 1BU
  •     Spelthorne Museum, 1 Elmsleigh Road, Staines TW18 4PM
  •     St Mary Church Hall, Green Street, Sunbury-on-Thames TW16 6RM
  •     Greeno Community Centre, Glebeland Gardens, Shepperton TW17 9DH
  •     Lucan Pavilion, The Broadway, Laleham, Staines TW18 1RZ

Opening dates and times vary, please check with your local council for details.

What happens to your post during flooding?

The Royal Mail is storing letters and parcels it cannot deliver at local sorting offices and people are able to collect them if they take appropriate ID.

The firm says it is helping people who have been forced to leave their homes.

On its website it says: "We will also be providing a free Redirection service for flood victims who have had to move out of the area temporarily and therefore wish to have their mail delivered to an alternative address."

Visit the Royal Mail website to find out more

Flood Support

If you're wondering what you can do to help victims of the flooding in North Surrey, these websites are organising volunteers / collections.

If you're organising support and relief for flood victims, please let us know.



With the threat of flooding in our area, the agency has issued the following advice:

  • Act now to protect yourself and your property.
  • If it's safe to do so, block doors with flood boards or sandbags and cover airbricks and other ventilation holes.
  • If you are caught in a flash flood, get to higher ground.  Stay away from flood water and don't take risks. 
  • Move family, pets and valuables to a safe place. 
  • Keep a flood kit ready including a torch, batteries, fully charged mobile phone, warm clothes, water, food and any prescription medicines you may need.
  • If it's safe, make sure your neighbours are aware of the situation and offer help to anyone who may need it.
  • Avoid walking, cycling or driving through flood water.
  • Turn off gas, electricity and water if your property is about to flood.  Never touch an electrical switch if you are standing in water.
  • Call Floodline on 0845 988 1188 for up-to-date flooding information.
  • Keep an eye on local water levels and weather conditions.

There is more advice on the Environment Agency website

Get the latest weather forecast for your area here

Get the latest travel information here


Local councils are providing sandbags for those in need (this includes information on what to do with sandbags after use)

  • Surrey County Council adive on used sandbags here
  • For Runnymede Borough Council click here.
  • For Guildford Borough Council click here.
  • For Mole Valley click here.
  • For Reigate and Banstead Borough Council click here.
  • For Waverley Borough Council click here.
  • For Elmbridge Borough Council click here.

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