The training and resource hub for community resilience groups in England

Communities Prepared equips community groups across the country with the knowledge, skills and confidence to prepare for, respond to and recover from, flooding, snow, storms and other emergencies.

Resources

Take a look at some of the tools and resources you’ll be able to access and download as a Communities Prepared member.
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Find a member

Interested in finding out more about community resilience activities in your local area? Search for your local group or partner member on our interactive map here.
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Latest events

We’re running a number of events across the country, as well as participating in events run by partner organisations. Take a look here to see what’s happening in your area.
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Are you a 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 group’s activities and the resilience of your local community.
Benefits of joining

Like to volunteer?

Find out more about how we can help you support the resilience of your community by clicking on the link below, and find a local group via the map link above.
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Become a partner

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.
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Chew Magna Flood Wardens

Chew Magna was one of the first villages to benefit from support and training from the pilot phase of Communities Prepared. 3 years on, we chat to Lynne Easton, Parish Councillor and Flood Warden Coordinator, to hear how they’ve been getting on.

Met Office warnings

02:50am Wednesday 08 April 2020
Currently there are no warnings. Visit the Met Office website.

Communities Prepared launches new film

Communities Prepared launches its new film to showcase the long-term impact of this national community resilience programme.

Flood Warnings for England

02:50am Wednesday 08 April 2020

Data provided by the Environment Agency

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