Advice on dealing with the affects of the flood

The floods affecting homes and or other property may have been contaminated with sewage or other contaminants. Although this would be much diluted and present a low risk there are a few precautions you should take. The council has issued health advice to help in the aftermath of the floods.

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1 Response to “Advice on dealing with the affects of the flood”


  1. 1 Tom Clark 29 July 2007 at 11:31 am

    Why was water for Cheltenham coming from the Mythe plant in the first place?We have the Dowdswell Reservoir (now I am told a nature reserve) immediately above the town completely unused for water supplies – simply waiting to flood the town if we get further heavy rain.Waters cascading down the river Chelt have not been made available to flush toilets.
    I was in Sussex in the week before last and the heavy rainful on Friday 20th July for Gloucestershire was very well forcast – the only people who seem to have taken no steps to protect the water supply were Severn Trent.


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