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Emergency Information Alerts

 

I thought that, considering the wide range of extreme weather conditions we are now getting, it would be worth reminding people of the various ways that we can be sent emergency and warning alerts.

 

Floodline Warnings DirectEnvironment Agency 

(Will send targeted alerts via Text, email and voicemessage if danger of flooding in your area)

https://fwd.environment-agency.gov.uk/app/olr/register

 

Huntingdonshire Emergency Warning System - HEWS

HEWS is a warning system which has been developed by Huntingdonshire District Council Emergency Planning Team to advise members of any possible difficulties created by a major incident in the District. 

 

https://applications.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/Applications/Newsletter/HEWS.html

http://www.huntingdonshire.gov.uk/Community%20and%20People/Emergency%20Planning/Pages/Huntingdonshire%20Emergency%20Warning%20System%20-%20HEWS.aspx

 

eCops

By registering with eCops, you will receive news and appeals, local crime information and crime prevention advice - direct to you as an e-mail and also gives you the option to select other types on community information and alerts

https://www.ecops.org.uk/

 

Neighbourhood Watch

Get to know your local Neighbourhood Watch coordinator who will be a key individual if we have any emergency situations in the village. if you don't know who that is please take a look at the following link,http://www.hilton-village.com/index.php/village-information-mainmenu-144/neighbourhoodwatch-mainmenu-156

 

Also please take the opportunity of signing up to a NHW scheme in your area at http://www.ourwatch.org.uk/

 

and finally it may be worth your while familiarising yourself with the village Emergency Plan

http://www.hilton-village.com/index.php/village-information-mainmenu-144/emergency-plan-mainmenu-181

Last Updated on Friday, 03 January 2014 10:26
 
 

Friday Feast

Hello folks, Just a quick reminder that it’s the 3rd Friday of the month so it’s FRIDAY FEAST time!! Hope you can join us this Friday in the parish church from 5.30 – 7pm. Similar format to previous months so there will be wine (feel free to bring a bottle if you’re likely to be thirsty!), soft drinks, crafts, singing and a light supper. This month our marvellous cooks will be serving fish finger butties with fishy biscuits for pudding– hopefully fish-shaped rather than sardine-flavoured! – so you’d be right in guessing we have a sea themed session planned. Hope to see you there