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,… Read moreCOVID-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… Read moreFlood 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” –… Read moreHelping our community this Christmas
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… Read moreHave you had your Flu Jab?
We have added a link on the home page to a tool to give Coronavirus (COVID-19) positive cases by Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) in Wraysbury & Old Windsor (The country is divided into blocks of approx 7,200 residents, we… Read moreNew tool to see local Covid-19 numbers
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… Read moreWraysbury on Flood Warning
If you require any help or advice contact Wraysbury Voluntary Care 01784 482515 who are coordinating support for Wraysbury & Horton. For medical help use NHS111 online, for requesting prescriptions use NHS app or call the pharmacy 01784 482430, for… Read moreCoronavirus Help
The Former Wraysbury Baptist Church Will be the main item discussed at Wraysbury Parish Councils Annual General meeting on Monday 30th March 2020 at the Village Hall The Parish Council will include a presentation on the proposed purchase of the… Read moreWraysbury Parish Council Meeting
With coronavirus now circulating within the community in UK, it is only a matter of time before we get cases in the village. Are you prepared? We need to protect the elderly and vulnerable within our community… For more information… Read moreCoronavirus risk HIGH
WHO (The World Health Organisation) have labelled the current Coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic, as our government step up preparations. For up to date advice and information, look no further than our own COVID-19 information page or for specific advice, ask… Read moreCoronavirus outbreak labelled as Pandemic by WHO