The Royal County was hit with severe flooding this month following the chaos caused by Storm Henk and rising water levels in the River Thames.

As flooding levels reached their peak on Sunday, January 7 some unlucky residents were unable to leave their homes due to road closures throughout their neighbourhood.

Although most water levels have returned to normal levels, some areas are still dealing with a large amount of flooding and therefore road closures are still in place.

This is mainly in neighborhoods that were built on flood plains or beside the Thames where the banks have broken.

Local authorities across the county have been working alongside the Environmental Agency to clear flooding and its effects.

Here is the list of road closures in Berkshire across Reading, West Berkshire, and Windsor and Maidenhead.

Purley on Thames

  • St Marys Avenue
  • Chestnut Grove
  • Wintringham Way

West Berkshire Council said: "Due to circumstances West Berkshire Council is unsure as to when water levels will drop, thus it remains unclear when the road will re-open.

"This closure is for the Environment Agency to allow deployment of pumps in the light of flood warnings and rising river levels."

West Berkshire

  • Berrys Lane
  • Kirtons Farm Road
  • Ufton Lane
  • Station Road, Aldermaston  (Closure from Jan 10 – Jan 30)
  • Crookham Hill
  • Two Rivers Way, Newbury
  • Northcroft Lane
  • Park Lane
  • Milkhouse Road

Roads across West Berkshire closed on January 5 and are expected to open again on January 24.

Windsor and Maidenhead

  • Sutton Road, Cookham

On Sunday, January 7, the banks broke in Cookham causing havoc for many residents and visitors to the area.

The footpath on Sutton Road has been closed to facilitate works on Cookham Bridge.

Sutton Road is expected to be closed until March 22 for repairs and waterproofing works.

A diversion has been put in place for drivers and pedestrians.