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Flood Advisory Service Visiting Keighley & Shipley

The Flood Advisory service are bringing their roadshow to Keighley and Shipley next week, offering local residents advice following the devastating winter storms, which damaged hundreds of properties.

Two months later, many of those affected are still struggling with repair and restoration, so The Flood Advisory Service has been working closely with Bradford Council to offer local residents the information they need.

Bradford Council deputy leader, Councillor Val Slater, said: "I would urge anyone affected by the dreadful flooding on Boxing Day to go to one of these roadshows to find out what help is available to them.

"There is still time for people to apply for the Flood Resilience Grant to help with the installation of measures to help prevent further flooding or minimise the damage cause by future flooding in homes and businesses."

The roadshow will be held in Keighley at Victoria Hall, Hardings Road on Tuesday 15th March and in Shipley, at the Asda Carpark on Wednesday 16th March.

On both days, the FAS team and local council representatives will be available to answer questions between 10am and 6.30pm.

Sarah Marriott, Flood Advisory Service managing director, said: "It was clear as the flooding situation in the Bradford district unfolded, the Flood Advisory Service was perfectly placed to provide information, advice and support the community was looking for.

"David North and the team at Bradford Council have been so pro-active and wasted no time in securing the help of the FAS to support their local residents"

Click here to read articles reported by the Telegraph & Argus and Keighley News.

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