Monday 0700 am.
It’s worse than last night but not dramatically worse (for us).
Datchet – the Army and Navy did come out, they spent the night trying to divert water with sandbags. Their Village green is under threat, as predicted. We don’t have any sandbags here (poor relations) and no Army or Navy help – only volunteers and they haven’t made it to our end.
Welley Road is cut as is the Horton Road – use the M25. Horton and Colnebrook are in trouble.
Across from us I would guess that the water is in all the gardens now. The houses and the road are raised about 2 feet and are our last line of defence. The water pressure on the mains means that our toilet is starting to give up on us.We don't have broad band, I use a dongle. At the moment I can't upload pictures because every one is using their mobile phones.
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