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Wednesday 1st June to Sunday 5th June Exhibition of pictures of The Queens life at Wraysbury Hub Thursday 2nd June 1.00pm – WHVC Jubilee Lunch Club at Wraysbury Village Hall 2.00pm – Planting of an Ankerwycke Yew sapling at Wraysbury Memorial Ground 9.15pm – Lighting of the Wraysbury Beacon at Wraysbury Memorial Ground Friday 3rd… Continue reading Diamond Jubilee Weekend Local Activities
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!
Scam alert: fake NHS COVID-19 vaccine text A dangerous fake NHS text has been circulating, telling people they’re eligible to apply for the COVID-19 vaccine. Here’s what it looks like. A member got in touch with us today when they received a text message purporting to be from the NHS. It confusingly stated that “we… Continue reading Scam alert: fake NHS COVID-19 vaccine text
Properties closest to the River Thames at Wraysbury from Old Windsor Weir to Magna Carta Island Flooding is expected – immediate action required Property flooding is expected. River levels have risen on the River Thames as a result of a period of sustained rainfall. Therefore, flooding of property, roads and farmland is expected later this… Continue reading Imminent Flooding Expected
A Flood Warning has been issued by the Environment Agency. Flood Warning in force: Colne Brook at Colnbrook. Flooding is expected for: The Colne Brook at Colnbrook including Horton and Wraysbury. Immediate action required. Heavy rain has been falling in the Colne Brook catchment and further rainfall is forecast overnight Friday and into Saturday 30… Continue reading Flood alert issued
The rate locally has reduced from 820 to 620 per 100,000. This still means more than 50 cases in our local area in the last week, but the numbers are falling which must be good news. Our recent efforts in controlling the infection are working, and we must all work individually to maintain this decline.… Continue reading Local C-19 rate still very high, but falling….
The COVID-19 rate in Wraysbury (& Old Windsor) is now 833/100,000 and with the new variant spreading so easily it is vitally important we all follow all the rules. We have a significant elderly and BME population in our village, please act responsibly. The NHS locally is under unprecedented pressure and we can all help… Continue reading COVID-19 Rate locally exceeds 800/100,000
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.
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