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How to prepare and what to do in case of an emergency

Emergencies can happen unexpectedly. They may have a big effect on the services you rely on and your daily life. 

As a council, we have plans in place to support the community and effectively manage an emergency situation. We recommend that residents are also prepared for any hazards or threats that may affect them. 

What to do in an emergency

How to stay safe in an emergency situation

Preparing for an emergency

Preparing for an emergency can help to reduce the impact it has


Severe weather that leads to flooding is becoming a part of the changing UK weather and it is important for people to be as prepared as they can be.

Severe Weather

Severe weather can come in many forms - heavy rain, wind, snow and ice, severe cold, heatwaves and fog.

How we help in an emergency

Find out our role in an emergency

Local risk

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Local Resilience Forum prepares for emergencies that could happen in Cambridgeshire

Registration of Defibrillators

A defibrillator registered on The Circuit could make the difference between life and death.

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