New Emergency Planning Guide for Rural Communities

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New Emergency Planning Guide for Rural Communities

A new guide to help rural communities plan for emergencies – from flooding to pandemics – has been published by ACRE and Communities Prepared, with a little input from us at Rural Kent. This guide provides practical tips for rural residents to prepare for, and help each other at, times of crisis. A copy of the guide can be downloaded below.

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