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Flooding in Scotland

Posted by: paulhe in News on 04 Sep, 2009

Once again the recent rain has caused wide spread and devastating flooding. Sadly many business and families have had their property destroyed or badly damaged by flood waters. We are liaising with our colleagues in local councils, government and other agencies to  identify how we can best assist flood hit communities. The Scottish Flood Forum […]

Cupar & Milnathort Flood Response

Posted by: paulhe in News on 19 Aug, 2009

Following meeting with Fife Council, Perth & Kinross Council, community representatives, church leaders and door to door visitation of as many affected properties as possible, it was decided to hold a number of Flood Advice Surgeries in Cupar and Milnathort. Photographs shown below from the first session are representative of the many enquiries through emails, […]

Cupar Multi Agency Debrief Meeting

Posted by: paulhe in News on 28 Jul, 2009

The Scottish Flood Forum was asked to attend the multi agency debrief meeting at Fife Council on the 27th July 2009, where local councillors and members from the community council, blue light services and other agencies discussed the response and subsequent action during and immediately after the impact of flash flooding in Cupar, Fife on […]

Cupar Flooding

Posted by: paulhe in News on 10 Jul, 2009

Just as promised earlier, Paul Hendy of the Scottish Flood Forum was joined by John Thomson of Freuchie Flood Action Group during a visit to the flood affected town of Cupar. Upon arrival Paul and John found the local church minister talking to a group of affected residents. Flood recovery companies had been onsite to […]

Cupar – here we come

Posted by: paulhe in News on 09 Jul, 2009

4 feet of flood water – appears to have seriously affected the heart of Cupar, so armed with leaflets and accompanied by John Thomson from the Freuchie Flood Action Group were off to see what help and support we can bring. Watch this space for further updates. [tags]Cupar, Freuchie Flood Action Group, John Thomson[/tags]