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Flood Advisory Service Roadshow Visits Marlow

The Flood Advisory Service visited Marlow last week, setting up on Pound Lane on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th December.

Marlow suffered from floods in February 2014, when around 50 people were forced to move out of their homes.

The Flood Advisory Service visited the town to offer advice to residents on the best way to minimise the risk of flood to their properties. We were joined by Bucks Fire & Rescue, who said they are as prepared for mass flood relief efforts as they were back in 2014.

Fiona Hewer, Chairman of Cookham Parish Council, told the Maidenhead Advertiser: “It was very interesting. The thing I learnt that struck me most about it was about the products you can buy. There was lots of information on practical measures people can take in lots of homes.” Click here to read the article.

Click here to read an article by Bucks Free Press.

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"Many thanks for bringing the roadshow to Marlow. It was a very impressive
presentation that I know so many of
Marlow’s residents, especially those who
have suffered from flooding in the past,
found an invaluable service. Everyone’s
professional and friendly approach was
truly appreciated by us all"

Annie Jones, Town Clerk, Marlow Town Council

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Flood Advisory Service Trailer with Bucks Fire and Rescue 

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Usman Khan (Environment Agency) with  Andrew Collinson (Divisional environmental Health Officer, Wycombe DC)

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Sarah Marriott, Managing Director of FAS, speaking with a visitor on board the trailer

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End of day one in Marlow

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Keith Carmichael, Station Commander for Bucks Fire & Rescue (Far right) & his team

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Visitors & their dogs on board the FAS trailer!

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We had a busy couple of days on the Flood Advisory Service Trailer in Marlow

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