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Community emergency plan support

If you need help getting started on your community emergency plan, contact the organisations on this page or take a look at our template.

Cornwall Council

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For support in developing your community emergency plan, contact the community link officer for your community network area.  Your community link officer will explain what a community emergency plan is and how it might help your local community in an emergency incident.  They can also help you get started on developing your plan, support you through the process and arrange for the plan to be tested so you can get a better idea of what works and what doesn’t.  But they can’t write the plan for you – only you and your community will have the local knowledge needed for that.

The Environment Agency’s community engagement officers can help you identify the sources of flood risk in your community and give practical guidance on risks associated with flooding in your community emergency plan.

Cornwall Area Office
Sir John Moore House
Victoria Square
PL31 1EB

Tel: 0370 8506506

The Cornwall Community Flood Forum supports households, businesses and communities to become better prepared ahead of flooding.

The Forum can provide examples of community flood plans, case studies, resources and training for volunteers. The Forum can also put you in touch with established groups and others who have written plans so you can learn from their experiences.