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ENVIRONMENT AGENCY FLOOD AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

The Environment Agency begin their month long flood awareness campaign on Monday 15 October. Their aim is to encourage more people to check their flood risk and better prepare for times of flood.  The Environment Agency’s key messages to the public are:

Attached are details of supporting material which community groups can use during the awareness campaign as well as posters for use in week one. Additional posters to will be available on the Environment Agency’s website.

The Environment Agency will be using social media over the next four weeks, particularly their Twitter account @envagencymids. This will include tweeting links to the flood game, animations of the different kinds of flooding, encouraging people to check their flood risk and offering advice and information.

The Environment Agency has set up a group on Flickr so that people can add their flooding photos to an album. If you’ve got any or know any local photographers that have please add them to the group http://bit.ly/RfZqaH

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