Due to flooding following Storm Henk and the recent wet weather, there are still a number of road closures to be aware of in the area.

Slough Borough Council have warned about the dangers of standing water, with temperatures dropping and the increase of ice forming on the rise.

Current road closures are as follows:

Windsor, Eton and villages

  • Meadow Lane and South Meadow Lane in Eton are closed due to flooding
  • The B3026 between Datchet and Eton is closed due to flooding
  • A section between B3021 is closed from Beaulieu Close to Sandle Villa due to flooding
  • There is a closure of the B376 Welley Road from the junction with Horton Road to Welley Avenue due to flooding.
  • Closure of Horton Road and Datchet Road from the entrance to Liquid Leisure to the junction with Park Lane, Horton due to flooding.

Maidenhead, Cookham and Hurley

  • The B4447 in Cookham remains closed, with the closure expected to last until January 14 as flooding begins to recede. The Causeway is being operated via stop-and-go to allow residents access.
  • Sutton Road/A4094 between Maidenhead and Cookham is closed due to flooding
  • Quarry Wood Road is closed toward Marlow due to flooding
  • Dungrove Hill Lane is closed from A308 to the junction with Michael's Path
  • Hurley High Street is closed due to flooding 

There are currently no road closures in Slough due to flooding