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Working with Communities in Bradford Following the Boxing Day Floods

On 15-16 March 2016, the Flood Advisory Service roadshow visited Keighley and Shipley, two of the numerous communities devastated over the Christmas period by Storm Eva.

The visit was planned in conjunction with Bradford Metropolitan District Council who worked with us to promote the event through leaflet drops, social media and the local press. As a result of this, we welcomed over 200 visitors from the Bradford area, and the two day event was hailed a success by all those involved.

In conjunction with key team members from Bradford MDC, we were also joined by the Environment Agency who were able to collate invaluable information from visitors as to their individual story of how the Boxing Day floods affected their particular property.

You can download the full case study here.

Graham Lindsey (EA) & Mike Powell (Bradford MDC) talking to visitors on the trailer in Keighley
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