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UK floods: Wraysbury volunteers say they need more help

11 February 2014 Last updated at 12:24 GMT

In the Berkshire town of Wraysbury, local residents say not enough has been done to help people affected by the flooding.

The chairman of Wraysbury Parish Council, Andrew Davies, told the BBC local volunteers were working together to help people affected by the flooding.

Local resident Jane Davison said the Environment Agency "should be wholly ashamed of themselves for the way they've handled the situation".

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