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The Environment Agency now provides regular measurement of river levels and ponds in order to give an early warning of any potential flooding. In Crondall they have two measuring stations – the village pond, and the River Hart at Redlands lane.

Crondall Village Pond Level Monitor

The graphic shows you the current level (a negative means the pond is empty, or very low as below the level of the monitor).

if you click on the gauge this will allow you to see more detailed stats, including monthly / yearly overviews

The highest level recorded in the Pond was on 16/01/2010 when it reached 1.19 metres following the prolonged November and December 2009 rains .

Redlands Lane River Hart Level Monitor

The graphic shows you the current level of the river by the bridge.

If you click on the gauge this will allow you to see more detailed stats, including monthly / yearly overviews

The highest level recorded in the river was on 30/04/2008 when it reached 1.63 metres.

Flood Warnings – Hampshire, Surrey and UK

And if you are travelling further afield here’s the latest flood warnings that are in place nationally and also for the Surrey and Hampshire.

Again just click on the graphic to get more details.