The new wave reflection wall that will reduce the flood risk to 11,400 homes over the next 100 years has been opened by the Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey.
A community clean-up event in Kendal took place on the 14th October which was organised by the Castle Street Community Flood Action Group to protect homes against future flooding, coincided with a weekend of flood warnings and alerts.
The Environment Agency has agreed to part-fund a new £3million flood defence wall that will change the face of West Kirby promenade forever.
This Foundation training course has been made freely available by CIWEM for a limited time to those impacted by storm Babet.
Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Fylde Council and Blackpool Council work in partnership on the Fylde Sand Dunes Project in order to enhance the nature conservation interest, public appreciation and enjoyment of the dunes.
Join Warrington Borough Council, the Environment Agency, and United Utilities for a community drop-in to discuss updates on the Sankey Brook Flood Risk Management Scheme.
Volunteer to help bury the Christmas trees during The Wildlife’s Trust annual Christmas tree planting event. Turn your old Christmas trees into brand new sand dunes!