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River Thames bursts its banks again
THE River Thames has burst its banks in Marlow once again, with melting snow partly to blame.
The Environment Agency has issued a flood alert for the river from Hurley to Cookham including Harleyford, Bisham, Marlow and Bourne End.
There have been a number of floods since late November, causing serious damage to Longridge outdoor activies centre in Quarry Wood Road, Marlow, which was again affected this week.
The EA said levels on the Thames continue to rise due to more rain and ice melting.
Lewis Brown, EA spokesman said: "The risk of disruption from fluvial flooding extends into the weekend particularly for the River Thames which will still be high from rainfall recorded over last weekend and through the first part of this week.
"There is widespread flooding of low-lying land adjacent to the river, especially in the Marlow area."
However, no property flooding is currently expected. The latest weather forecast suggests that heavy rain should clear eastwards later this morning with just the odd light shower possible during the remainder of the day. More rain is expected on Thursday."