On Thursday 13th October from 2pm to 3pm, online via Zoom, we will discuss the new national offer which Communities Prepared has of training, workshops, support, resources, and discussion spaces for communities to come together. You can register for the launch event through our website. The new hub will be accessible to all from the end of September, […]
Flood Expo 2022 is coming up and involves the launch of the brand new Community Flood Zone. This initiative gives communities an opportunity to shape the conversation around Flood prediction, prevention and support. Keep reading to learn more about this free event and how to sign up.
Jane Burt, Senior Project Officer for Communities Prepared, details her experience attending and taking part in the recent Thames Valley LRF Community Resilience conference, and the meaningful knowledge to be drawn from this.
Why does community resilience matter in a heatwave? Nick Drew, senior project officer on Communities Prepared, explains.
Communities Prepared is delighted to be part of this year’s Dorset Prepared Community Resilience Workshop, running sessions on flood volunteering, community emergency plans and volunteer recruitment.
New Local are currently running a research project exploring the potential of local and community led climate action on climate change – and they have identified three key characteristics of local action that make it an invaluable part of the overall climate policy picture.