River Douglas at Wigan, adjacent to River Douglas from Robin Park to Baker St. Poolstock

No current or recent warnings.

Flood Warning Area Details

Low lying area adjacent to the River Douglas including properties on Eleanor St, the Bus Depot, Baker St, Poolstock and the Robin Park area

Region: North West

Counties covered: Wigan

Watercourses covered: River Douglas

Area covered by this alert location

The area bounded in blue on the map shows the area covered by flood alerts and warnings for River Douglas at Wigan, adjacent to River Douglas from Robin Park to Baker St. Poolstock.

Icons on the map show nearby level monitoring stations. They are not necessarily related to this particular flood warning area.

Other Nearby Flood Warning Locations

Upper River Douglas
The River Douglas from Horwich Star Vale to Appley Bridge including Adlington, Blackrod, Wigan, Standish, and Gathurst

No current or recent warnings.

River Douglas at Wigan, between Scholes and Poolstock
Low lying area adjacent to the River Douglas including properties in Scholes and Poolstock extending to Pottery Road

No current or recent warnings.

Borsdane and Hockery Brook at Hindley
Areas at risk include land adjacent to Borsdane Brook between Rayner Park and Rockingham Drive, Including Platt Lane, Aughton Street, Whitebury Ave and Blackberry Drive. Also at risk, Property next to Hockery Brook Between Wigan Road and Blackberry D

No current or recent warnings.

River Douglas at Appley Bridge
Low lying land on the south bank of the River Douglas at Appley Bridge including properties along Appley Lane as far as Speakmans Drive

No current or recent warnings.

Millingford Brook at Ashton in Makerfield
Properties around Wigan Road and Princess Road between the Library and Mill Street. Also properties on Old Road, King George Close, Gerrard Street, Monmouth Crescent, on and adjacent to Lincoln Drive and near Jack Brook on Bowland Avenue and Jubilee

No current or recent warnings.

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