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Flood Action Group

Bleasby has an active volunteer flood action group (FAG) which was established in 2007 in order to monitor local indicators for risk of flooding and to provide guidance and support to the local community for flood preparation and understanding what to do in the rare event of flooding.  

The group has developed a close working relationship with the Trent Valley Drainage Board and Nottinghamshire County Council. The collaboration has led to a lowering of the risks and vulnerability to the Parish of flooding in recent years and continues to work towards developing preventative actions against flood risk and to ensure that adequate information and equipment is provided to manage a flood event.

The following links & pages are intended to provide residents with essential information to help understand the risks of flooding and how residents need to take responsibility for preparation and action in the event of flooding. If you require further information, please contact your local Flood Warden.

Click on the link below or visit the relevant page for more information: