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Flood Resilience Training

Community Impact Bucks are running free flood resilience training for local residents in AYLESBURY, WESTON TURVILLE and WENDOVER on 9 February 2022 (2.30-4.30pm).


The training is open to anyone who would like to develop their community’s resilience to emergencies such as flooding, snow, other severe weather events or utilities failures. Attendees will find out what community resilience means and what it could look like, how to develop an action plan, and also how to apply for a grant from the Heart of Bucks Flood Recovery and Awareness Fund which could be used for:

  • Capital items to replace those destroyed by flooding

  • Emergency repairs as a result of flood damage

  • Venue/room hire costs for relocating activities as a result of flooding

  • Community projects to prevent future flooding

  • Training for flood damage/prevention


For more information about the Aylesbury/Weston Turville/ Wendover flood training and to book, visit https://communityimpactbucks.org.uk/event/flood-resilience-training-for-communities-aylesbury-weston-turville-wendover/


It would be great if you could share this opportunity with local residents; if you would like any further information on the event, please email helen.archer@communityimpactbucks.org.uk

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