Tag: Scottish Flood Forum

New Flooding Factsheets

The Scottish Flood Forum has released two new factsheets for flood victims and flood affected communities. The factsheets can be found here. Technorati Tags: factsheets, flood, Scottish Flood Forum

Flood Conference

Cllr David MacDiarmid and John Thomson, Chairman of Freuchie Flood Action Group, attended a conference in Edinburgh yesterday that was suitably titled, Holyrood ‘Sustainable flood risk management in Scotland: implementation and key legislation’ conference Photo: John Thomson, Chairman of Freuchie Flood Action Group, Paul Hendy of the Scottish Flood Forum and Cllr David MacDiarmid Once

Climate Change… The Aftermath

Earlier this evening Alex Hill of the Met Office kindly joined us here in Freuchie to present a talk on Climate Change to Freuchie Flood Action Group. People travelled across from Falkland to join the residents of Freuchie in listening to a compelling case for climate change being a real man-made phenomenon. This has to

Business Flood Risk Seminar

Just spotted this post over on the Scottish Flood Forum blog that mentions an upcoming free Business Flood Risk Seminar being held in Edinburgh on the 17th March 2009.  More information is available from the SEPA website, which includes the latest programme information and the event booking form. Registration is required for this event. Technorati

Scottish Flood Forum Blogging

The Scottish Flood Forum has a new blog, which is mainly the adventures and work of Paul Hendy, project manager of the Scottish Flood Forum.  This will be an invaluable resource to observe the progress being made by Paul and to keep up to date with how Scotland is leading the way in dealing with

Visit to WWF Flood Management Project

Freuchie Flood Action Group was joined last Tuesday afternoon by representatives from the Scottish Flood Forum on a guided tour of the River Devon Natural Flood Management Demonstration Site by Mike Donaghy of the World Wildlife Fund (WFF).   Photo: (left to right) Paul Hendy of the Scottish Flood Forum; Mike Donaghy of the WWF;