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The Flood Hub is now live

Alert message sent 06/11/2018 10:37:00

Information sent on behalf of The Environment Agency


The North West Flood Hub is now live!

 

Please follow the link to check out the brand new website – The Flood Hub – and the various flood resilience information and resources that are available. https://thefloodhub.co.uk

 

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The Flood Hub is a one stop shop to help householders, businesses, communities and landowners across the North West become more flood resilient. The website has been funded by the North West Regional Flood and Coastal Committee (RFCC) and developed by Newground and other partner agencies including representation from the Environment Agency, Local Authorities, County Councils and United Utilities from across the North West of England.

 

Please feel free to share the link on Twitter, tag our account @TheFloodHub and use the hashtags #NWFloodHub #TheFloodHub! https://twitter.com/TheFloodHub

 

We hope that you like the new website and share it with anyone you think will benefit from it.  If you have any feedback on the website please complete the feedback form located at the bottom of the site.

Many thanks

 

Message sent by
Maria Ullyart (Environment Agency, Flood Resilience Advisor � PP and Community Engagement, Cumbria)

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