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Community Resilience training teaches you everything you need to know about emergency planning in your neighbourhood and how to keep your community safe and aware.

Topics that will be covered on the day:

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Learn how to do some myth-busting and make great savings all year round! There will also be tips on energy efficiency and keeping warm, but most of all - how to get the best rates from your energy supplier. 

Don't forget to bring along your own bills so we can help you to compare providers and potentially switch and save!

This is a great opportunity to access free training in the subject of emergency planning for your community. If you're quite involved in your area, perhaps as a volunteer, a councillor, or a committee member, you might want to know more about keeping your neighbours safe.

Make sure your community is prepared!

Are you aware of the risks you and your community might face, e.g. flooding or snow? How can you help yourself and those around you during an emergency?

Join us for a practical and exciting session which will help your community become more resilient in bad weather and emergencies through preparing an emergency plan. The session will help you to identify:

The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee needs your views on future flood prevention in England following severe flooding this winter. The Committee are inviting you to send in your views about the latest developments on future flood prevention in England following severe flooding this winter. The deadline for submissions to the inquiry is Tuesday 15 March 2016.

Case Study: Burton in Lonsdale Community Resilience Plan
Project: Craven Winter Weather
March 2015
Rural Action Yorkshire

Knowing what to do when an emergency strikes can be a vital asset for any community, and when your location is rural or isolated, and you are further away from immediate help, having a plan in place can have significant benefits.

GRANTS are available for communities in Craven district and rural Bradford to see through the winter months and alleviate problems that come with living in a rural area.

COMMUNITIES across Craven are being given the chance to attend free training in Settle this February, which will prepare them to face emergencies and extreme weather, as well as a host of other scenarios.

A range of daytime activities, informal learning opportunities and support in a cafe style atmosphere.