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Emergency planning

  • Severe weather

    Severe weather conditions can cause widespread disruption and even pose a threat to safety. The MET Office monitors weather conditions in the UK and uses the National Severe Weather Warning Service to issue warnings when severe weather is likely.

  • Flooding advice

    We will work with the emergency services to deal with flooding in the borough, but there are also many ways you can prepare to cope with a flood.

  • Flu advice

    Despite common misconceptions, influenza, or flu, is not just a common cold. It is a potentially life threatening illness. There are two types of influenza outbreak; seasonal flu and pandemic flu.

  • Our Emergency Plan

    Runnymede has an Emergency Plan which is reviewed regularly and updated annually. It sets out procedures and guidance for responding as an organisation to a major incident or large emergency that affects the Borough.

  • Your role

    Local agencies and the emergency services are committed to supporting communities during emergency incidents. However, it is helpful if you can support us by being prepared and have your own plan for coping during a flood, severe weather or flu pandemic.

  • Power cuts

    If you have a power cut, call 105 to contact your electricity network operator.

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