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Flood Advisory Service Roadshow to Visit Beverley

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley & Holderness, invited the Flood Advisory Service to bring our roadshow to Beverley on 14th & 15th January.

He said: “Over the Christmas period, we have all seen the pictures of the devastating flooding in Cumbria, Dumfriesshire, Lancashire and other parts of Yorkshire.”

“Many people in the East Riding have suffered in the past from flooding and have had to recover not only from the damage to land and property but, also, from the emotional trauma of the experience.”

“It is a reminder of the need to have good flood defences in place in our own area. Just because we escaped the terrible flooding this winter, we cannot afford to be complacent.”

You can read the article on local website HU17.net.

The Roadshow parked in the car park of Tesco’s on Morton Lane in Beverley on Thursday 14th January between 10am and 7pm and on Friday 15th January between 10am and 2pm.

Along with Graham Stuart MP, we were pleased to welcome Helen Watson, Town Clerk for Beverley and Shaun Harrison & crew from Beverley Fire Station.

We provided information screens, booklets, flood risk checkers and sample products. Home owners came on board the trailer and discussed their concerns with us over a hot drink. 

The FAS Trailer and High Volume Pump

The FAS Trailer and High Volume Pump

Sarah Marriott with Helen Watson, Town Clerk for Beverley

Sarah Marriott with Helen Watson, Town Clerk for Beverley

Shaun Harrison and Crew from Beverley Station onboard the FAS

Shaun Harrison and Crew from Beverley Station onboard the FAS

Visitors to the FAS Trailer

Visitors to the FAS Roadshow 

A Member of Beverley Fire Crew looking at the Escape Hatch Door

A Member of Beverley Fire Crew looking at the Escape Hatch Door

Sarah Marriott being interviewed with local press

Sarah Marriott being interviewed with local press

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