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Emergency Plan

Cllr Bill Brown is currently updating the Parish Council's Emergency Plan which will be added to the website in due course. 

If you have any vehicle, equipment or skills that could be of use in an emergency situation and would like to be added to the list of volunteers please get in touch with the Parish Clerk [email protected]

A household emergency plan could help you prepare for, respond to, and recover from any personal, local or national emergency.
Below is a leaflet developed by the Kent Resilience Forum advising on household emergency plans. This can be used to help you prepare for a range of emergency situations.

Business continuity encompasses planning and preparation to ensure that an organisation, no matter what size, can continue to operate in case of serious incidents or disasters, and is able to recover to an operational state within a reasonably short period.
Business continuity plans can be used to respond to a variety of events, such as a fire, flooding, or loss of utilities.
Below is a leaflet, developed by the Kent Resilience Forum, that organisations and businesses can use to inform their business continuity planning.

More information about planning for emergencies can be found on the 'Kent Prepared' website