No warnings - 13th March 2020

The Datchet Flood Pole is situated on the river front at Datchet, by Kris Cruisers


The Parish Flood Board is situated outside the Library in Datchet, which will show one of the three triangles shown below.

Flood Warning Signs

Flood Alert

Flood Alert

Flooding is possible, be prepared.

Flood Warning

Flood Warning

Flooding is expected, immediate action is required.

Severe Flood Warning

Severe Flood Warning

Severe flooding. Danger to life.

Datchet Community Flood Plan


It has divided the village into flood zone with an assigned team of Flood Marshalls


 For the a list of the locations at risk of flooding and maps - Click HERE


For the list of Flood Marshalls and Wardens - Click HERE 


 To check the flooding history of properties on the maps showing risk of flooding based on the 2014 flood event - Click HERE


The Parish Council have also put together a flyer on FLOOD AWARNESS INFORMATION please Click HERE
  There is also a Community Action Group dealing with flooding Issues for Datchet -
Datchet Community Action Group logo
Please click here to visit their site if you have been affected by flooding.




Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

 Royal Borough flooding support 01628 683804

24 Hour Emergency Control Room & Sand Bags - 01753 853517

Emergency Planning Duty Officer - 01628 796865

or visit the Royal Borough website by clicking here.

Environment Agency Contacts

Please click here to visit the Environment Agency website Flood pages.

Please click here to sign up for Flood alerts

Call Floodline on 0845 988 1188, select Option 1 and enter Quickdail number 173197 to get more information.

Visit www.gaugemap.co.uk for current River Flow and Ground Water levels. 

Advice on what to do both in and after a flood


We have a number of advice leaflets on what to do on a number of safety issues, to do with flooding, these can be collected from the Parish Office.
There is also a new leaflet provided by the Environment Agency on hat to do before, during and after a flood available from the Parish Office and online.

Leaflet on Flooding


In Summary

  • Never ever risk your life or the life of someone else trying to save you, a property, or a pet.
  • Try to keep calm at all times and listen to what the flood warders say.
  • Never wade barefoot in flood water. Contaminated water can result in serious illness
  • Use a stick and walk slowly through any flood water to ensure you are aware of any holes, ditches, kerbs or other such hazards.
  • Keep out of standing water as much as you can. Keep children from playing in flood water as there are health risks. When you come into contact with it wash your hands carefully.
  • Keep dogs out of flood waters. Contaminated water will soak through into their fur.


The following external links provide some further information about flooding in the area. Please note that the Datchet Parish Council is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

  • Environment Agency flood warnings for the Datchet area.
  • The latest flood maps can now be found at the Environment Agency. You can enter your postcode to found out how at risk you are.
  • The Flood Risk Action Groups (FRAGs) were set up by the Environment Agency and local authorities following the January 2003 floods. Further information can be found from their website.
  • Ongoing discussion about the downstream Thames flooding can be found at the Thames website.