Welcome to the blog for Mytholmroyd Flood Group. On this page you will find up-to-date news and information about flooding in the Mytholmroyd area. We will update this page as often as we can, so make sure you come back regularly. The information we include on this page could help to protect you, your family and your home from the risks of flooding. Don’t forget to check here after flooding too, just in case we have important or urgent information.
The next Mytholmroyd Flood Wardens meeting is on 4th October at 7pm at the White Ribbon Offices (St Michael's Square)
Some members of the Mytholmroyd Flood Wardens group wearing their new jackets supplied by the Environment Agency.
Andrew Entwistle (Hebden Wardens 3rd from left top) and Keith Crabtree (Todmorden 5th from left top) join in for the picture.
Mytholmroyd Flood Wardens receive a cheque for £1000 to buy essential equipment.
Lynn Brook from the GMB union presents the cheque to the wardens.
Tim F informed us that the Shoulder of Mutton has agreed to us placing a container or using the container already there as storage for our equipment/flood aftermath store.
Tim F also told us that negotiations are still ongoing with the Working Men’s Club to site a container …
The next meeting of the Mytholmroyd Flood Wardens is on Tuesday 16th August at 7pm in the White Ribbon Offices (St Michael's car park).
Why not come along and find out what being a Flood warden entails.
Just to let you know that the group has now several new members and is actively working in and around Mytholmroyd to improve the response to flooding.
You will be seeing more blog entries in the near future so please come back regularly.