Flood surgery to be held in Feniton
17:10 29 November 2012
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Speak to local authorities and agencies to discuss how flooding affected you.
Residents in Feniton affected by the devastating floods are invited to speak directly to local authroities and agencies at a drop-in session.
The event, is being organised by Devon County Council and the Environment Agency, with support from East Devon District Council and South West Water, and will be an opportunity for residents and businesses to raise their concerns and explain the problems they encountered.
It will also give the councils and the Environment Agency the opportunity to gather information about the flooding incidents.
Residents who attend the session are encouraged to bring along any photographs, video clips or notes taken during the flooding in their area.
Laptops will be available to download information.
The drop-in sessions will be held on Monday, December 3, at Feniton Village Hall, from 3pm to 7pm.
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