A flood warning has been issued to several areas in South Buckinghamshire as Storm Henk continues to cause problems in the county.

Buckinghamshire Council confirmed in the early hours of today [Saturday, January 6], that Bourne End, Bisham, Cookham and Marlow’s stretch of the River Thames are rising following a period of heavy rain in the area.

⚠️ A flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for properties closest to the River Thames from All Saints...

Posted by Buckinghamshire Council on Friday, 5 January 2024

In a statement on the Gov website, it reads: “Property flooding is expected. River levels are rising on the River Thames as a result of a period of sustained heavy rain.

“Therefore, flooding of property is expected, especially in the All Saints Church, Little Marlow and Bisham area.

“We expect river levels to continue to rise over the next few days as water moves through the system.”

Other parts of Buckinghamshire, especially in the north such as Milton Keynes and Newport Pagnell are also expected to be impacted by the flooding due to the River Ouze reaching high levels.