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We are a Groundwork project that supports communities nationwide to grow their resilience. Join our national network as a community member, volunteer coordinator or professional to access our free learning, support and discussion sessions.

What we do

Are you looking to grow the resilience of your community? Through training and tailored support, Communities Prepared equips communities nationwide with the knowledge and confidence to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a range of emergencies, from flooding and severe weather incidents to pandemics. Whether you’re already active and aware of these topics or are new to resilience training, you can join us for free as a community member, a volunteer coordinator or an individual professional by following the links below. Once you have done so you can access our learning resources, register for online sessions and access our members forum as part of our national network of groups and individuals looking to strengthen resilience in their communities.

Join us

I am a volunteer

Find out more about how we can help you support the resilience of your community by clicking on the link below and finding a local group.
Register as a volunteer

I am a volunteer coordinator

Click on the ‘Register’ button at the top of the page to become a member, or follow the link below to find out how we can support your community volunteer group’s activities and the resilience of your local community.
Register as a coordinator

I am a professional

We’re working with a range of organisations championing community resilience at the national, regional and local level and are always keen to discuss new partnerships. Click here for more information.
Register as a professional

Met Office warnings

10:43pm Monday 20 May 2024

Recap: Insights from the National Conference on Societal Resilience

In March, Nick, Richard and Alice from the Communities Prepared team attended the second National Conference on Societal Resilience, at the University of Manchester, along with around 180 other attendees from a mix including Local Resilience Forums, Resilience organisations, Central government representatives, consultancies, and academics. So what did we learn, and what does this mean […]

Flood Warnings for England

10:43pm Monday 20 May 2024

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