Emergency Plan

Thornbury Hamlets Emergency Plan

 

In the event of severe weather conditions, such as heavy snow, flooding, high winds or fallen trees, or if you (or a neighbour) need any help with Doctor or Hospital appointments, power cuts or shortage of food, contact the Emergency Coordinator for your area on the numbers below: they will do their best to find you help.

Emergency Plan Contact Numbers:


Chris Ward                S.Wonford – centre                         261459

Tim Priest                  S.Wonford – outlying areas            261673
Keith Hutchings       Thornbury – outlying areas             261373
Glen Headland          Lashbrook & Lopthorne                 281959
Trevor Jollow            Thornbury – centre                         261291
Tony Gifford             Brendon                                          261374
Stephen Sanders     Woodacott                                       261626   07971 695091

TBA is the Central Co-ordinator, and can be reached on  TBA

Other Emergency Numbers:

Fire, Police or Ambulance in emergency:            999
Holsworthy Police (non-emergency):                  101
Holsworthy Medical Centre:                                 01409 253 692
Devon Doctors out of hours:                               111

Minor Injuries Unit, Stratton:               01288 320100   [24 hrs Nurse run ]
A& E  Barnstaple:                                   01271 322 577
A& E Bideford:                    Ring the Barnstaple number and ask for Bideford A& E.

South West Water:                           0800 2300561 [24 hours, for leaks ]
Gas leaks:                                         0800 111 999  [National number for any gas leak]
Electricity:                                        0800 6783105   [24 hours, for power lines down, or power cuts]

This map shows the areas covered by each local coordinator:   thornbury_emergency_plan_map

If you know someone without a computer or internet access, download and print this :  Thornbury Emergency Plan Jan 16 and give a copy to them to keep near their phone.

You can see the latest flood warnings for the South West region below:

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