Aylburton Community Website 
Emergency Plan
What is an emergency plan and why do we need one?

In extreme conditions such as heavy snow and flooding in the parish, there is a possibility that the emergency services may not be able to reach the scene immediately. In such circumstances, the initial response may rely entirely on local people. To co-ordinate such activity, some councils have formulated a Community Emergency Plan to help their community to prepare for an emergency and reduce its impact. The idea is that local communities may know about particular hazards and problems that affect an area, be aware of individuals who might need assistance in an emergency, and have access to people, resources or buildings that allow them to respond more effectively to specific incidents.

Who should I contact in the event of an emergency?

If an emergency has occurred within the parish that you believe requires an immediate response, please contact one of the following people:

Name Rob Knight
Address 18 Sandford Road
GL15 6DP
Telephone 07774 714548

All of the individuals listed above have volunteered their services in the event that assistance is required to deal with an emergency.

Can I volunteer my help?

Aylburton Parish Council is looking for volunteers who are to willing to help implement the parish's emergency plan and assist with communication and distribution in the event of an emergency, to liase with the emergency services and to act as a resource with regard to specific aspects of the plan. If you would like either to volunteer your services or to request further details of how you can be of assistance, please contact us using the form below:

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