Police are issuing advice after adverse weather leads to an increase of reports of unexploded ordnance
Members of the public who locate what they believe to be unexploded ordnance are being advised not to touch it but to call police straight away.
The adverse weather experienced over the past few days has caused more unexploded shells to wash up on the shoreline or be discovered on flooded land. It is very important for public safety that these items are assessed and removed appropriately.
Anyone who discovers items should call police on 101
Ministers have met with UK Insurance companies to discuss the flooding in southern England and areas along the River Thames.
Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service say they've been working round the clock to alleviate flood damage.