Volunteer!

Do you have an occasional spare hour? Would you like to help your community? If you would like to know more about joining Wraysbury & Horton Voluntary Care contact Tim on 01784 482515. We live in an amazing community, but unfortunately some of our residents require a little, support, primarily lifts for hospital and doctors… Continue reading Volunteer!

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Flood Alert in force: River Thames from Datchet to Shepperton Green.

Flooding is possible for: River Thames from Datchet to Shepperton Green including Old Windsor, Wraysbury, Horton, Staines, Egham, Laleham and Chertsey. Be prepared. Property flooding is not currently expected. River levels have risen on the River Thames as a result of heavy rainfall. Further light rainfall is forecast over the next few days. We are… Continue reading Flood Alert in force: River Thames from Datchet to Shepperton Green.

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Helping our community this Christmas

Most people really want to make some form of contribution at Christmas, particularly this year.  People’s generosity is amazing. If you do want to help please do this through established channels;      Do think about contributing to ‘Ginge Sings” – proceeds raised from his Christmas Facebook concert today are for the Windsor Homeless Project www.paypal.me/wraysburypub… Continue reading Helping our community this Christmas

Have you had your Flu Jab?

From December 1st everyone who is 50 years or above, or is a carer or who suffers from specific medical conditions can receive a free NHS flu jab. Act NOW. Patients catching Flu and Coronavirus are twice as likely to die, don’t take the risk.

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NHS campaign to maximise Flu Jabs

Help NHS – Have Flu Jabs Flu vaccine Register Now at Wraysbury Village Pharmacy click here The flu vaccine is a safe and effective vaccine. It’s offered every year on the NHS to help protect people at risk of flu and its complications. This page is about the flu vaccine for adults. Find out about the children’s flu… Continue reading NHS campaign to maximise Flu Jabs

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Wraysbury on Flood Warning

Flooding is possible – be prepared River levels within the Lower River Colne catchment are slowly falling. Flooding to low lying land and roads is still possible today, Wednesday 7 October. We have seen flooding in the West Drayton area for which a flood warning is currently in force. Today will be mostly dry, so… Continue reading Wraysbury on Flood Warning

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Windsor & Maidenhead at risk of second lockdown

Windsor and Maidenhead are amongst 36 places believed to be at risk of a second lockdown, following Leicester, because of rising incidences of coronavirus. See https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-bradford-and-london-boroughs-among-36-at-risk-areas-that-could-be-just-days-away-from-local-lockdowns-12018594 Lets all be very sensible, follow the advice, stay 2m apart, wear face masks in public areas and protect our vulnerable and elderly. We are all bored and fed… Continue reading Windsor & Maidenhead at risk of second lockdown

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Covid-19 Gingers under the hammer

During lockdown Benta Hickley has been hard at work: not content to turn her considerable talents to the production of facemasks, which were given to frontline stalwarts, such as Aran and his team in the post office, she also started stitch-doodling – (Sorry, I’m pretty sure I made that word up!) creating little “Gingerbread” men… Continue reading Covid-19 Gingers under the hammer

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