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Langport Water Forum invite you to learn about what has been achieved since the floods of 2014

Wednesday 11 April 2018 — Great Bow Wharf, Langport, TA10 9PN

19.00 to 21.00 ~ Doors open from 18.30 ~ Bar open, including coffee and cakes
Disabled parking at the Wharf ~ Free parking at Westover across the bridge.

Our aim is to share what has been achieved and what is being achieved to help alleviate the flood risk in your area. The event is being organised by Langport Town Council and the Environment Agency.

There will be presentations and updates by representatives from the Somerset Consortium of Drainage Boards, Somerset County Council's, Civil Contingency Unit, Somerset County Council as the Lead Local Flood Authority, Somerset Rivers Authority and Wessex Water.

Local community groups and Langport Town Council will be sharing news on water-related activities in Langport and rebooting the Langport Flood Warden Scheme.

We look forward to welcoming you at the Wharf.

Guided Tours in the afternoon

Prior to the event there is an opportunity to take a guided tour of key flood risk assets, led by the Environment Agency. This will take place in the afternoon and depending on interest could extend to two tours before the start of the forum.
To reserve a place or register an interest please contact Julie Clark on 02030 250229 or julie.clark@environment-agency.gov.uk

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