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It's that time of the year...

Every year we seek to remind you of the need to check your flood defences - and in particular that you know how to put them up yourself. Now is the time to make sure your personal flood plan is still relevant and seek to make any necessary changes. We would recommend anyone living in a flood prone area to do this.

Other things you can do is to sign up for Flood Alerts and Warning with the Environment Agency

Please also consider registering with us as a householder for help in an emergency which includes flooding. Here's the online link or you can email us ( or give us a ring on 07852 599794

If you are still unsure of what to do, The Floodhub is a really useful source of information that covers loads of stuff such as useful equipment to buying

insurance. They came along to our householder resilience event in April and their help and support were really welcome to those that came along.

Ready to boost your flood resilience? Join @TheFloodHub next week for their

Flood Aware, Plan and Prepare focus week! They’ll guide you step by step through

various stages of preparedness, including flood plans, flood insurance and available


You can follow @TheFloodHub on their social media. This is where you can find them

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