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Flood Advisory Service Visited Tenbury Wells

The Flood Advisory Service visited Tenbury Wells on Friday 24th & Saturday 25th June. 

The roadshow trailer was parked at Tenbury Town Council Car Park (next to Tenbury Swimming Pool).

Local residents came on board for free, independent advice on local flood risk and mitigation solutions.

The event was sponsored by Malvern Hills District Council & supported by Hereford & Worcester Fire & Rescue Service, West Mercia Police, West Mercia Local Resilience Forum, the Environment Agency and Worcestershire County Council.

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Some photos from the Tenbury Wells roadshow can be found below:

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Dan James from Tenbury Fire & Rescue Service outside the trailer

Sarah Marriott with Steve Pooler (West mercia Local Resilience Forum - Tactical Coordinator) watching the local flood history in Tenbury

Sarah Marriott with Steve Pooler (West mercia Local Resilience Forum - Tactical Coordinator) watching the local flood history in Tenbury Wells

FAS front shot with HESCO Jackbox barrier & the EA team with their display equipment

FAS trailer with HESCO Jackbox barrier & the Environment Agency team with their display equipment

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From left Chief Inspector Jane Francis, Cllr Browden Behan, Cllr Tony Penn, Cllr Phil Grove, Dave Thorp (EA), Sarah Marriott, Mark Willis (Mayor), Jack Heggerty

Flash storm during day two!

Flash storm during day two!

The Environment Agency Big Wellies!

The Environment Agency Big Wellies!

Sarah Marriott with visitors on the trailer

Sarah Marriott (Managing Director of the FAS) with visitors on the trailer

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