Flood warnings have been issued for parts of Buckinghamshire, with some property flooding expected, following recent heavy rainfall.

The Environment Agency has warned residents in parts of Buckinghamshire of continued flood risk due to rising river levels.

A flood warning has been issued for the village of Medmenham, alongside Henley and Remenham, with low-lying land, roads and properties around Mill Lane, Ferry Lane, Thameside and Wargrave Road at particular risk.

Low-lying areas in Newport Pagnell also remain under a separate flood warning, with residents cautioned to "take care on riverside roads and footpaths" and "not put themselves in unnecessary danger".

A flood alert is also currently in place on the Thames between Hurley and Cookham, with residents in Marlow and Bourne End advised to avoid local footpaths near watercourses.

A spokesperson for the Environment Agency said flooding would continue to pose a risk to those living along the River Thames over the coming days, as water levels continue to rise.