24 Oct
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Recruitment for Regional Flood and Coastal Committee Chair

  Recruitment is currently live for the roles of Regional Flood and Coastal Committee Chair for the Severn & Wye, Southern and Anglian Northern Committees. These roles are central to the delivery of Flood and Coastal Risk Management both within the Committees they chair but also nationally. Further information on the roles can be found […]

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29 Aug
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Flood Expo 2017

We are attending Flood Expo – please come and visit us at Stand F7052. We look forward to meeting colleagues old and new. http://www.thefloodexpo.co.uk/  

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25 Aug
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Major Incidents and Emergency Planning Conference 21st September 2017

Government Knowledge Conference: 8:30-17:40, Amba Hotel Marble Arch, London Heather Shepherd: Community and Recovery Support, The National Flood Forum will be speaking at this Conference. This one-day conference aims to explore the future of major incident response and how we can implement the latest plans for emergency response. After the recent flash floods in Cornwall […]

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11 Aug
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Community Flood Event in Manchester

The community action event will take place at Manchester Metropolitan University on Saturday, August 19 from 10am to 5pm with everyone welcome. People can register their attendance for the event online at www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/from-the-flood-to-the-future-tickets-34417391344 or for more information they can email Dr Paul O’Hare at Paul.A.OHare@mmu.ac.uk

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26 Jul
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Job Vacancy

Flood engagement officer required to work with communities at risk. Shropshire based to cover a project in Shropshire & Staffordshire and a willingness  to travel to other communities across England and Wales. Prerequisites required; Good communicator & listener: Proven experience in project management & high level report writing: Highly organised and self-managing. A clean driving […]

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04 May
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Cumbria’s floods fightback took to the capital

A Cumbrian flood group met with MPs in London to discuss county-specific solutions to tackling future floods…to read this article from the News and Star published on 4th May 2017 please click here.

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24 Mar
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HAVE YOUR SAY – Warwickshire Flood Summit, 1 April

As many villages in Warwickshire were seriously flooded during 1998 & 2007 and now many have flood action groups, Warwickshire County Council are inviting local people to the Warwickshire Flood Summit, taking place on Saturday 1 April in Stratford-upon-Avon. The event will start at 10am and will finish around 4:30pm.  Building on the successes of […]

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15 Mar
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Rochdale riverside clean-up to reduce flood risk

Volunteers at the Rochdale riverside clean up Rochdale residents joined forces on Saturday 11 March as part of a community action day to clean up the riverside and reduce flood risk. Organised and led by Liz Atherton from Faiths4Change, the team of 22 volunteers filled a truck with the amount of litter they cleared from […]

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14 Mar
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Endon Flood Action Group team up with partners to tackle flooding

Group is turning the tide on floods: Villagers have teamed up with community leaders in a bid to help prevent their village being flooded. Endon Flood Action Group, Staffordshire County Council and Severn Trent Water are working together to try to solve the flooding problems in the village. Experts have also been brought in to […]

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