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Emergency Plan

A Community Emergency Plan for Mickleham and Westhumble is published today by Mickleham Parish Council.

The document, created by Parish Councillor Will Dennis, is a vital resource that exists in tandem with the Emergency WhatsApp Group that was started by the Parish Council to help the community cope with the Covid-19 crisis and which proved very successful.

Put simply, an emergency is anything that affects you, your family and/or your community. Looking at Surrey’s profile including social, economic and geographical factors, the top risks in the county are defined as follows: pandemic, flooding, terrorism, severe weather, industrial accidents, heathland fires, transport accidents, animal health, and fuel shortages and utilities failure.

The Emergency Plan has since been updated in March 2023.

To access the Emergency Plan click on the link below.