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Flooding
 

Flooding Information and links

Flooding appears to be part of modern day life.  The experts tell us that our changing weather pattern is likely to bring more severe weather in the coming years. The information contained on this site is intended to help people at risk from flooding as well as offering practical advice on clearing up after a flood.Click Here
 
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Preparing for Emergencies website
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THE GOVERNMENT WEBSITE
This website has information and guidance on what to do to prepare for a variety of emergencies that could face the UK, what to do if an incident does occur, and information on what the government is doing to protect the country as a whole. Click Here for more details.
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Bird Flu - Avian influenza
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Avian influenza or 'bird flu' is a highly contagious disease of birds, caused by influenza A viruses. In birds, the viruses can present with a range of symptoms from mild illness and low mortality to a highly contagious disease with a near 100% fatality rate.
The bird flu virus currently affecting poultry and some people in Asia and other areas is the highly pathogenic H5N1 strain of the virus.
As the virus can remain viable in contaminated droppings for long periods, it can be spread among birds, and from birds to other animals, through ingestion or inhalation.
All bird species are thought to be susceptible to avian influenza. Migratory birds such as wild ducks and geese can carry the viruses, often without any symptoms of illness, and show the greatest resistance to infection. Domestic poultry flocks, however, are particularly vulnerable to epidemics of a rapid, severe and fatal form of the disease.

 
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Fire Safety

If you would like free advice on making your fire action plan, contact your local Fire Brigade. The number is in your local phone book. If your smoke Alarm went off in the night would you know what to do ? Use this information to make a fire action plan for your home......Click Here
 
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