We now have a defibrillator on the wall by the entrance to the Ferry Inn.

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The Parish Council has produced an Emergency Resilience Plan for Stokesby which is shown below.  This plan shows who locally is available to offer assistance incase of an emergency. Details of contact numbers and the areas that the Parish Councillor's  are responsible for.  


The County Council has also produced a booklet ‘Norfolk Prepared’ which can be seen via the link. This publication offers good sound advice in being preparing for any emergency.



Community Resilience Plan


Preparing and responding to emergencies and community challenges in Stokesby


Plan Version: 3


This plan has been authorised by the undersigned on

behalf of the

Community of Stokesby


Name:       Stuart WARD

Authority/Role: Chair – Stokesby Parish Council

Signature:  

Date:  11th November 2015

Review date: November 2016


Contents


Record of Amendments 1


1a. Emergency Community Co-ordinator     2

1b. Deputy Emergency Co-ordinator      2

2. Distribution of the plan 2

3. Aim and Objectives 3

    Community Contacts 4

    Local Councillors 5

4. Risk Assessment 6

5. Community Risk Register for Stokesby 7

    Additional information on flood risk 13

6. Community Communications, Capacities & Resources 14

7. Key locations 18

8. First Steps in an Emergency 20

9. Log sheet 22

10. Contacts list 23

     School contacts 26

Appendix A – Maps 27

Record of Amendments

Version Date Amendment Amended by













Community Resilience Plan

for

The Community of  Stokesby


1a. Emergency Community Co-ordinator:  

 Ed Wharton

1b. Deputy Emergency Co-ordinator:    

Vivienne Fabb

2. Distribution of the plan

(people or places holding a copy of the plan)

1. Emergency Co-ordinator

2. Deputy Emergency Co-ordinator

3. Parish Council – listed below Parish Councillors:

Stuart Ward (chair) Richard Youngs (v.chair) Vivienne Fabb  Ed Wharton      

David Murison Philip Crane  Rob Lloyd

4. Great Yarmouth Borough Council Emergency Planning

5. Police Superintendent, Great Yarmouth Police Station

6. Fire & Rescue Service, Great Yarmouth Station Manager

The Plan can be registered on the Norfolk Prepared website:

http://www.norfolkprepared.gov.uk/Preparing-your-Community/Community-Resilience/index.htm

The plan will not be published but it indicates that a community plan exists.


3. Aim and Objectives.

Aim of the plan

To enhance resilience to emergencies and disruptions affecting the local community.

Objectives of the plan

 Identify hazards to which the community may be exposed

 Assess vulnerability of the community to those hazards

 Assess risk based on the hazards and community vulnerability

 Identify capacities, resources and key contacts within the community

 Identify action points in the event of an emergency and in recovery following an emergency.


Emergency Co-ordinator & Deputies roles & responsibilities

The role of Emergency Co-ordinator and Deputies is fulfilled by volunteer residents who provide a vital link between residents and organisations planning and responding to an emergency.

Their role is to:

 Facilitate the completion and maintenance of the Community Resilience Plan (this plan)

 Provide a link with the Emergency Services and the GYBC Emergency Planning Manager

 Assist the local council and appropriate agencies in emergency preparedness through awareness raising activities

 Provide a local “point of contact” for a community response to an emergency and recovery following an emergency.

Community Contacts

Community Contacts are volunteer residents who provide a link between the volunteer Emergency Co-ordinator (and Deputy) and residents in their immediate locality. Their role is to receive and pass on information to, and from, residents. The localities in this plan are as follows:

Name of Locality  Name of Contact/Deputy   

Area 1: Ed Wharton / Vivienne Fabb

A. Winsford Hall and all the properties assoc.

B. Herringby Hall up to but not including

C. Bure Reach.

D. Hall Farm as assoc. Properties.


Area 2: Vivienne Fabb / Ed Wharton

A. Private Road  

B. Filby Road from Private Road to Mill Road junction

C. The Street

D. Market Row  


Area 3: Rob Lloyd/Stuart Ward

A. Bure Reach/Bure Reach Lodge

B. Glebe Farm

C. Poppy Gardens

D. Community side of the road down to The Green

   then down to the Ferry  Inn

Area 4: Stuart Ward/Rob Lloyd

A. Mill Road to Chicken Farm property

B. The Street from Poppy Gardens

C. Paved Yard

D. Chapel Yard/Private Drive

E. Riverside and The Green (Acle end)

F. Properties behind the Village Sign


Area 5: David Murison/Rob Lloyd

A. Croft Hill


Area 6:  Richard Youngs/Philip Crane

A. Mill Road both sides from the Chicken Farm to Ferry Court


Area 7: Philip Crane/Richard Youngs.

A. Ferry Court - both sides of Mill Road to Manor Farm Mill Road down to Furze Hill         


Parish Councillors   Tel:                      Mob:                           Email

Vivienne Fabb       01493 369347       07803200342    v.fabb@btinternet.com

Stuart Ward         01493 750013       07860857734    stuart@awplant.co.uk

  Work        01493 330209

Philip Crane         01493 751289       07768618022 pcrane@hughcrane.co.uk

  Work         01493 750072

Rob Lloyd             01493741008       07764937077       roblloyd@freeuk.com

David Murison       01493750253       07810866862     david124485@aol.com

Ed Wharton          01493 369343      07799111440    ed@whartonfarms.co.uk

Richard Youngs     01493 753912      07881387160                                                                 richard.youngs@hotmail.co .uk


Borough Councillor(s)  

Hayden Thirtle  01493 368250 cllr.hayden.thirtle @great-yarmouth.gov.uk

           Mobile:07500389764

  

Michael Carttiss  01493 369238  michael.carttiss@norfolk.gov.uk


4. Risk Assessment

A brief overview of Risk Assessment

A hazard is an event that could potentially cause disruption, or a loss, to your community. There may be several hazards, or threats, to which your community is exposed.

Vulnerability is the extent to which a community is vulnerable to those hazards.

Risk is a statement of the chance of a hazard causing a disruption or loss taking into account the impact of the hazard and vulnerability of the community.  

Assigning a risk rating for each hazard taking into account vulnerability helps to prioritise measures to minimise disruption or loss. These measures are put in place to make a potentially damaging event less likely or to reduce the impact if it does happen.

There can be no guarantee that an event will not happen. A residual risk rating gives an assessment of the risk once measures have been put in place. The final columns in the table below indicate the likely response of the community, emergency services and other organisations to hazards if they do occur.

Guide to completion of the Local Community Risk Register

Hazards

The Risk Analysis lists possible hazards to your community based on a         local community assessment.

Measures taken at the community level

These are measures and actions which are currently taken to prevent           or reduce the likelihood or impact of the hazard on the community.

Residual Risk Rating

This indicates the residual risk once measures have been put in place          as there will always be a chance of an event occurring and causing         disruption or loss of some kind. It is an indication of the likelihood and         Impact of a hazard classified as:

HIGH, MEDIUM and LOW

Emergency Response

In consultation with the emergency services, local authority and the         voluntary sector, the column indicates the expected response to         emergencies if they do occur.

Community Contacts Response

The column indicates possible preventive, preparedness and response         measures that the community can take, either individually or         collectively, regarding each hazard listed.


5. Community Risk Register for Stokesby

Hazard Measures taken at the community level Residual Risk Rating Emergency

Response Community Contacts Response

Activate the Community Resilience Plan where appropriate.

See “”Contacts List” for telephone numbers

Tidal Flooding in flood risk areas

(See the expanded section on flooding at the end of this risk assessment) - Encourage take up of the Environment Agency (EA) Floodline Warnings Direct (FWD) scheme.

- Raise awareness of how to prepare & respond to a flood.

- Involve community in local flood planning.

MEDIUM Activate Multi-Agency Flood Plans - Listen to and act on the         advice of the Emergency Services

- Put in place pre-planned flood protection measures (e.g. floodboards)

- Move essential items upstairs or to high ground

- Fill clean containers with drinking water

- Turn off gas, electricity & water supplies when flood water is about to    enter property –  if safe to do so.

DO NOT touch sources of electricity when wet or standing in flood            water.

- Evacuate to a place of safety.

- If unable to evacuate, move family & pets upstairs or to a high place with    a means of escape

- Listen to local media for updates or call Floodline for info: 0845 988 1188

Flood water is dangerous:

- Avoid walking or driving through it.

- Keep children & vulnerable people away from it.

- Wash hands after touching it.

Surface water flooding

- Map and identify surface water flooding hotspots.

- Report on ineffective drainage.

- Promote local flood protection of premises.

MEDIUM - Norfolk County Council (NCC) Environment, Transport &         Development (ETD) Dept.   respond for highway drainage.

- Anglian Water response to sewer overflowing.

- Fire & Rescue Service response to flooding of premises.

- Notify the relevant organisation if local surface water flooding is   anticipated:

 NCC for highway flooding

 Anglian Water for sewer overflows

- Put in place pre-planned flood protection measures (e.g. floodboards)

- Move essential items upstairs or to high ground

- Fill clean containers with drinking water

- Move family & pets upstairs or to a high place with a means of escape

- Turn off gas, electricity & water supplies when flood water is about to   enter  property – if safe to  do so.

DO NOT touch sources of electricity when wet or standing in flood water.

- Notify Fire & Rescue for actual flooding of properties

Flood water is dangerous

- Avoid walking or driving through it.

- Keep children & vulnerable people away from it.

- Wash hands after touching it.

Storm – high winds - Monitor weather forecasts & take precautions when required.

- Emergency Co-ordinators inform GYBC & utilities of problems  MEDIUM   Activation of Category 1   Responders and Emergency Services Emergency   Response Plans - Ensure items at risk of being   lifted by high winds are   secured. Assistance to residents with mobility impairments may be   required.

- Report dangerous structures to GYBC Building Control

- Emergency Co-ordinators report utility failures to GYBC & relevant utility   organisations

Heavy Snow / Freezing Conditions

As above LOW As above plus adequate salt/gritting of main roads, paths and critical surfaces - Ensure water supplies likely to freeze are shut off and/or unheated premises are protected from frost.

- Emergency Co-ordinators report utility failures to GYBC & relevant utility   organisations.

- Refer to the Gov. “Snow Code”

- Report frozen or burst water mains to Essex & Suffolk Water.

- Check and support vulnerable people and those affected to ensure adequate   heating and food.

Isolation

- Monitor weather forecasts & flood warnings to ensure preparedness for   isolation   e.g. due to snow or flooding

- Community support for vulnerable people

- Emergency Co-ordinators inform GYBC & utilities of problems

LOW ­ Activation of Category 1 Responders and Response Plans

­Clearing, salt, gritting of main roads, paths and critical surfaces

- Emergency Co-ordinators report particular problems such as utility failures to   GYBC & relevant utility organisations.

- Refer to the Gov. “Snow Code” for guidance on clearing snow

- Check and support vulnerable people and those affected to ensure adequate   heating and food.

- Ensure adequate stocks of medication and special foods to withstand isolation   from doctor’s surgery, pharmacies, shops, etc.

Heatwave

- Monitor weather forecasts & ensure preparedness.

- Community support for vulnerable people. MEDIUM - Heat Health Watch system   1st June to 15th  September

- Activation of National Heat-wave Plan - Visit, check and support vulnerable   people when necessary

- Call in medical advice & support if required

Infectious Disease

- Promote and follow appropriate health & hygiene measures.

- Community support for vulnerable people. HIGH - Health surveillance

- Outbreak plans

- Infection control

- Activate BC Plans - Check and support vulnerable people and those   affected to   ensure they have sufficient means to survive the infection.

- Call on appropriate medical advice and support when necessary.

Pandemic flu

As above MEDIUM As above plus activate Pandemic Flu Plans As above and activate local community arrangements for “Flu Friends”.

Major Fire

- Public awareness campaigns.

- Practised fire response drills.

- Community response to raising the alarm & acting swiftly.

  LOW to MEDIUM  - Fire & Rescue Service response

Residents may be directed to:

- 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'- OR  Evacuate. - Listen to and act on the advice of   the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

OR

  Evacuate.

Total or partial loss of electricity for several hours

- Report to UK Power Networks trees in close proximity to power lines

- Report damage to electrical infrastructure e.g. sub-station vandalism   (contact: UK Power Networks & Police) LOW to MEDIUM - Activate utility   (UK Power Networks) plans to restore electrical power

- Activate standby arrangement with voluntary sector (British Red Cross) -   Check and  support vulnerable people and those affected to ensure   adequate heating and food for survival.

- Communicate to appropriate external support (e.g. Adult Social Services   and the voluntary sector) where required.

Total or partial loss, or contamination, of piped water for significant period

- Household storage of reserve water supplies

- Household water conservation

- Vulnerable customers register with water company (e.g. AW WaterCare)    LOW to  MEDIUM

- Activate water company (Essex & Suffolk Water) plans to restore supply.

- Warn affected community.

- Activate “Mass Alternative Supplies Distribution Plan” - Household boiling   of water If contamination concern.

- In consultation, identification of sites for mobile water bowsers and   distribution of bottled water.

- Assist in distribution of water to vulnerable residents and those with   mobility problems.

- Assistance in the collection & disposal of empty water bottles.

Total or partial loss of gas for significant period

- Register vulnerable customers LOW to MEDIUM - Activate utility plans to   restore supply.

- Communicate with community.

- Purging and reactivation of domestic appliances - Check and support   vulnerable people and those affected to ensure adequate heating and   cooking for survival.

- Communicate to appropriate external support (e.g. Adult Social Care & the   voluntary sector) as   required.

Total or partial loss of telephone

Report to BT trees in close proximity to telephone lines

- Report damage to telecoms infrastructure e.g. telephone exchange   vandalism   (contact: BT & Police) LOW - Activate plans to restore   telephony - Have both landline and mobile phones.

- Maintain at least one plug-in non-wireless landline phone to operate if   mains electricity goes down.

Loss of road access

(e.g. vehicle crash, dropped containers)

- Promote careful driving

- Reporting of reckless and dangerous practices

- Competent, trained staff at local businesses LOW to MEDIUM - Prompt   emergency services response

- Cordon established, diversion signs erected - Report any incident

- Listen to and act on the advice of the Emergency Services

- Temporary support of residents unable to access their home.

Lost child

- Be aware of distressed children, especially during the tourist season.

- Be proactive & sensitive in assisting lone children. MEDIUM - Prompt   emergency services response

- Initiate information and communication campaign

- Arrange a search - Immediately report any lost child

- Use communication trees to pass on and receive relevant information

- Support the search effort together with assistance of specialist agencies   e.g.   NorLSAR  (Norfolk Lowland Search & Rescue)

Chemical spills

- Promote careful driving

- Reporting of reckless and dangerous practices

- Ensure competent, trained staff at local businesses LOW to MEDIUM -   Prompt emergency services response

- Cordon established, diversion signs erected

- Give clear advice & information

- Prepare evacuation Rest Centres, if necessary. - Report any sightings

- Listen to and act on the advice of the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

OR

  Evacuate the affected area.

- Support vulnerable residents in their homes or assist in evacuation

Air pollution

- Monitor air quality (Environmental Health)

- Manage emissions locally LOW to MEDIUM - Prompt emergency services   response

- Cordon established

- Give clear advice & information

- Prepare evacuation Rest Centres, if necessary. - Report any sightings

- Listen to and act on the advice of the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

OR

  Evacuate.

- Support vulnerable residents in their homes or assist in evacuation

Air Crash  

MEDIUM

- Prompt emergency services response

- Cordon established

- Give clear advice & information

- Prepare evacuation Rest Centres, if necessary. - Listen to and act on the   advice of the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

OR

  Evacuate.

- Support vulnerable residents in their homes or assist in evacuation

Unexploded wartime bomb

- Awareness raising

- Inform police & GYBC LOW to MEDIUM - Emergency Services & GYBC   planned response

- Residents may be directed to evacuate. - Report any sightings

- Listen to and act on the advice of the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

Or

  Evacuate.

Terrorist Threat

- Explosive Device - Awareness raising (Project Argus events for business sector)

- Bomb Threat procedures (some site specific).

LOW to MEDIUM As above

- Report suspicious packages

- Listen to and act on the advice of the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

OR

 Evacuate.

Letter bomb / Suspect packages

As above LOW to MEDIUM As above

- Report any suspicious packages / vehicles

- Listen to and act on the advice of the Emergency Services

- Depending on the advice:

 'Go In, Stay In, Tune In'

OR

  Evacuate.

Social unrest

- Support community relations and cohesion locally

- Clear guidelines and responses to potential catalysts of unrest  

LOW to MEDIUM -  Emergency Services & GYBC response to known or planned events that may trigger social unrest

- Ongoing support to strengthen community cohesion locally

- Provide community leadership and a channel to voice the views and   concerns of   local residents

Additional information on flood risk

Access to the Defibrillator could be restricted Low to  Medium

Remove to emergency centre Church. Inform Ed Walton Plan Co-ordinator

Properties at risk of Tidal Flooding from the river:

Ferry Inn, Bure Reach, Glebe Farm, Glebe Cottage, Community Centre, Old School House, Japonica, Forge Cottage, Bungalow Stores, The Gables, Riverside Tea Room & Stores, Chambers, Ferry Cottage, Martin Staithe, Staithe House, Rose Tree Cottage, Bure Cottage, 2 The Green, The Nook, Alma Cottage, Anchor House, The Old Carpenters, Bramley, Waterside House, The Cottage, The Hermitage, High House,The Homestead, Riverside House, Sunnyside.

Properties at risk of Surface Water Flooding

None at present. Sewerage system currently being installed in the village.


6. Community Communications, Capacities & Resources

This section indicates the methods of communication, skills, knowledge and resources that are available to support the community in the event of an emergency.

Communications

Communication System Contact / Responsibility Telephone

Floodline Environment Agency 0845 988 1188

Information Boards

(including location) At bus shelter and outside Community Centre

Parish Council Meetings Parish Clerk:Sarah Welsh  07808704960

Community Magazine / Directory Church / Parish Magazine

Schools See Contacts Lis

Post Office

2 Priory Close, Acle  01493 750201

                   Filby 01493 369250

Stokesby Web site  www.stokesby.org.uk


Doctor’s Surgeries Bridwell Close, Acle 01493 717796


Local voluntary sector

Voluntary Organisation Contact Support, Membership & Training Additional contact information

Age UK

(Age Concern & Help the Aged) 01493 743052 Information‚ advice and advocacy services, day centres and lunch clubs, home help, 'handyperson' schemes and training.

British Red Cross

Duty Officer for East Anglia: 0800 777 100 Respond to major emergencies with a range of services

 Emotional support

 Practical assistance

 First Aid

 Transport

 Medical equipment temporary provision

 Clothing, toiletries, refreshments

 Bedding

 Rest Centre support

 Help to restore family links

 Disaster appeals

For more details on the Red Cross and volunteering:020 78777251    www.redcross.org/emergencyresponse


GYROS 01493 745260 Settlement & integration support services for newcomers to the UK enquiries@gyros.org.uk

RSPCA  01493 3332661

RSPB 01767 693680  

Salvation Army (Great Yarmouth) 01493 858069 Washing facilities, hot drinks, food parcels.  

Salvation Army(Community services officer Anglia DHQ) 01603 724416 As above  

St John Ambulance 01493 852412 First Aid courses and training

Victim Support 01493 330600 or

01603 629577 Support for victims of crime. Emotional and practical support.  Contact Norwich number if no reply from Gt. Yarmouth

Voluntary Norfolk

(GY Voluntary Sector Partnership) 01493 845 929 Supporting local voluntary organisations

NorLSAR (Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue) 07786623219 Trained in search and rescue techniques

Norfolk 4x4 Response 01953 888697 Providing 4 wheel drive support to emergency services and other organisations especially during periods of adverse weather

Local faith groups / churches

Faith Group / Church Contact Additional Information

St Andrew CE Church Stokesby

Vivienne Fabb Tel: 01493 369347

Pam Sullivan   Tel: 01493 369175

Local business & commercial sector

Organisation       Business                    Contact                    Support

CP Fabb             Vivienne Fabb             Tel: 01493 369347     Farm                                                                                           machinery

Ed Wharton        Ed Wharton                Tel: 01493 369343     Farm mach &                                                                                        generator

Riverside Tea      Rooms Barry Reynolds   Tel: 01493 750470   Refreshments

Green Gardens    Garden mats                  Unknown

Ferry Inn           The Green, Stokesby    Tel: 01493 751096     Refreshments

Gray, Builder        Filby Road                                               Building                                                                                         materials


Local specialist skills    (Not listed above)

Skill / Knowledge Contact Comments

Farm equipment available     John Waters & Ptnrs

Ed Wharton      01493 369343

Vivienne Fabb   01493 369347


DEFIBRILLATOR SITUATED OUTSIDE THE Ferry Inn  The Green Stokesby NR29 3EX  Ed Walton 01493 369343 To be used by trained personnel. Contact the Ambulance Service on the number on theequipment.


7. Key locations

(Identified with the Local Authority as safe places of assembly for evacuation or temporary accommodation e.g. Community Hall, Scout Hut)

Evacuation assembly sites

Grid ref:          Premises Address                                Contact details

TG 436 105      St Andrews Church, Runham Road, Stokesby.  

Vivienne Fabb 01493 369347

Pam Sullivan 01493 369175  

Local short-term temporary accommodation other than Rest Centres

“Short-term” = for a few hours

Accommodation type Contact Capacity

Church/ Mrs Fabb’s barn 369347 (100)  

Ed Wharton 369343 (2)


Sandbag collection sites

These are sites where residents will be able to collect sand and empty sandbags, with ties, in the event of predicted tidal flooding.Grid ref: Location Comments

TG 431 105 Sand in compound on edge of the river

Sand bags with Community Contacts See list of Community Contacts


Designated Local Authority Rest Centres

Note:

1. The Marina Centre is not for use during a tidal flooding event.

2. There are also Rest Centres in adjoining districts – check with your LA    Emergency Planner if you are close to another district.

Grid ref:        Building Address                       Contact details


TG 531 073 Marina Leisure Centre Marine Parade Great Yarmouth NR30 2ER                                                                                        01493 851521

TG 523 127 Caister High Sch Windsor Rd Caister NR30 5LS   01493 720542

TG 460 190 Flegg High Sch Somerton Rd Martham NR29 4QD 01493 740349

TG 453 184 Martham Primary Sch Black St Martham NR29 4PR 01493 740071

TG 514 049 Lynn Grove VA High Sch Lynn Grove Gorleston NR31 8AP 01493 661406

TG 513 033 Ormiston Venture Academy Oriel Avenue Gorleston NR31 7JJ                                                                                       01493 662966

Note: Cliff Park High School has been designated for vulnerable residents

due to accessibility, facilities and proximity to the James Paget Hospital:

TG 525 024 Cliff Park High School Kennedy Avenue Gorleston NR31 6TA                                                                                       01493 661504


8. First Steps in an Emergency

Instructions Tick

1 Call 999 (unless already alerted) to ensure the emergency services are aware of the emergency.  Follow any advice given.

2 Ensure you are in no immediate danger.

3 Contact Great Yarmouth Borough Council (see contact sheet)

4 Decide whether to activate this plan.

Use the log sheet in the Appendix to record decisions made, who you spoke to and what you said.

5 Contact other members of the community that need to be alerted:

• The Parish/Town Council/Community/Neighbourhood Group

• Members of the Community Resilience Group

• Those specifically under threat

Contact initially may be to inform them of the emergency or inform them of current Emergency Service advice regarding any action to be taken.

6 Determine if a Community Emergency Meeting is necessary.  

If needed:

• Check the meeting venue is safe and people can get there safely

• Contact the key holder for the building

• Contact Community Emergency Volunteers via the call cascade, if not    already done

• Inform the community there will be a meeting (if appropriate)

• Advise the Borough Council you are holding a Community Emergency   Meeting

• Take a copy of the First Agenda to the meeting.

Do not put yourself or others at risk to fulfil these tasks

Community Emergency Meeting

Provisional First Agenda

1. Time and date of the meeting

2. Venue – a note of where the meeting took place

3. Present at the meeting – numbers, identify key individuals

4. Briefing on the current situation, if possible Emergency Services or a    Council representative should assist in this briefing.

Issues to consider:

 Location

 Type of incident

 Numbers of people involved & their condition

 Threats to life

 Current and potential hazards

 Access to the scene

 Condition of utilities (electricity, gas, water, sewerage, telephones)

 Availability of fuel oil, coal etc

 Vulnerable people ((e.g. very young/old, immobile, disabled, dementia, sensory impairment,    recent operation, dependent on prescription medication, language issues, visiting the area,    transient)

5. Immediate actions and resources to aid the response to the emergency.     E.g. how the actions are to be co-ordinated; assistance to the emergency    services; health & safety of all responders; welfare needs; transport    required for evacuation; language needs.

6. Actions and resources required in the longer term to aid community    recovery. E.g. Advice, guidance, physical assistance

7. Who is going to take the lead on the agreed actions?

8. Who would be useful to invite to the next meeting?

9. Date, time and venue of next meeting

 If necessary, consider alternative safe venues.


9. Log sheet

It is essential to keep a log of the actions taken during an emergency and at what time. This blank copy of a log sheet is for use during an emergency.

   Date       Time      Information      Decisions     Actions         Initials


10. Contacts list

Service / Role Additional info/ Telephone Website/ email Address

Emergency Services  999  

GYBC    Emergency Planning Manager

Jan Davis 01493 742195  Mob:07825236748 jan@great-yarmouth.gov.uk

The Depot, 101 Churchill Rd, NR30 4JJ

Emergency Co-ordinators

Ed Wharton 01493 369343 Mob: 07799111440 ed@whartonfarms.co.uk

Winsford Hall, Stokesby. NR29 3DG

Deputy Emergency Co-ordinator

Vivienne Fabb 01493 369347      Mob 07803200342  v.fabb@btinternet.com

Woodlands Farm, Private Road, Stokesby NR29 3DX

Community Contact for Area 1

Ed Whartton  01493 369343      Mob 07799111440  ed@whartonfarms.co.uk

Winsford Hall, Stokesby NR29 3DG

Community Contact for Area 2   

Vivienne Fabb 01493 369347      Mob 0783200342   v.fabb@btinternet.com

Woodlands Farm, Private Road, Stokesby NR29 3DX

Community Contact for Area 3

Robb Lloyd 01493 741008           Mob 07764937077  roblloyd@freeuk.com

Old School House, Mill Road, Stokesby NR29 3AL

Community Contact for Area 4

Stuart Ward 01493 751008         Mob 07860857734   stuart@awplant.co.uk

Wesleyan House, The Street, Stokesby NR29 3AL

Community Contact for Area 5

David Murison 01493 750253        Mob 07810866862  david12445@aol.com

10 Croft Hill, Stokesby NR29 3EU

Community Contact for Area 6

Richard Youngs 01493 753912     Mob 0788138716                                                                  richard.youngs@hotmail.co.uk

Mill House, Mill Road Stokesby NR29 3EY

Community Contact for Area 7

Philip Crane 01493 751289        Mob 07768618022 pcrane@hughcrane.co.uk

Manor Farm, Mill Road Stokesby NR29 3EY


GYBC 24hr Control Centre

Wherry Way  01493 330369       www.great-yarmouth.gov.uk


GYBC Environmental Health


EH Duty Officer 07736 404102  

Norfolk County Council Customer Service Centre number 0344 800 8020 www.norfolk.gov.uk

Police HQ Non-emergency calls   101  www.norfolk.police.uk                                                        enquiries@norfolk.pnn.police.uk

Police HQ Text message to: 07786 200777  


Fire Service HQ  01603 810351 www.norfolkfireservice.gov.uk                                                     hq@fire.norfolk.gov.uk

Coastguard (MCA)

Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (24hr) 01493 851 338 www.mcga.gov.uk

Great Yarmouth Port Company (EastPortUK) Harbour Office 01493 335 501  

NHS Direct 24hr health advice and information 111 www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk

EA Floodline Warnings Direct  0845 988 1188 www.environment-agency.gov.uk

Broads Authority (Broads Control) 0900 – 1800 (to end Oct)

1700 in Winter 01603 756056 Broads-control@broads-authority.gov.uk

www.broads-authority.gov.uk

Water

Essex & Suffolk Water 24hr drinking water emergencies  08457 820 999  

Sewerage

Anglian Water 24hr Control 08457 145 145 www.anglianwater.co.uk

Electricity

National Grid Infrastructure

- reporting of hazards on or near overhead electricity lines (24hr) 0800 40 40 90  www.nationalgrid.com/uk/

Electricity - UK Power Networks Supply interruption - 24hr fault line 0800 783 8838 www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk

Electricity - UK Power Networks Substation issues -(Vandalism or unauthorized entry) 0800 587 3243 www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk

Gas – National Grid   24hr emergency number for gas safety 0800 111 999 www.nationalgrid.com/uk

Telephones  

British Telecom

BT Faults and all line faults 151 www.bt.com  www.bt.com/consumer Fault Tracking

MEDICAL

James Paget Hospital  01493 452 452  

Local Doctors Surgeries  Acle Health Centre Bridwell Close 01493 717796  

Nearest Post Office   a.Acle Post Office Priory Close  01493 750201

b.Filby Post Office 01493 369250  

Building Keyholders See Police   


School contacts

School                  Contact                      Address             Tel Number

Flegg High Sch   Head: Dr Fox     Somerton Rd Martham       01493 740349

Filby School  Head:Debbi Flowerdew Thrigby Rd,Filby, NR29 3HJ 01493 369241




























 




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Pet accommodation offered

 Area     Name             Address                                                   Telephone

           V Fabb            Woodlands Farm, Private Road, Stokesby.      01493 369347

           Ed Wharton      Winsford Hall, Stokesby.                             01493 369343

           Stuart Ward     Wesleyan House, The Street, Stokesby          01493 750013


Cooking assistance offered

 Area    Name                   Address                                                Telephone

           Vivienne Fabb       Woodlands Farm, Private Road, Stokesby   01493 369347

           Pam Sullivan         Shire Barn, Private Road Stokesby             01493 369175

           Mel Ward              Wesleyan House, Stokesby                      01493 750013


 Visiting assistance offered

 Area      Name                  Address                                        Telephone

 1          Ed Wharton          Winsford Hall, Stokesby                    01493 369343

 2          Vivienne Fabb      Woodlands Farm, Private Road,           01493 369347

 3          Rob Lloyd            Old School House, Stokesby                01493 741008

 4          Stuart Ward         Wesleyan House, Stokesby                 01493 750013

 5          David Murison      10 Croft Hill, Stokesby                        01493 750253

 6          Richard Youngs    Mill House, Mill Road, Stokesby            01493 753912

 7          Philip Crane         Manor Farm, Mill Road Stokesby           01493  751289




Stokesby & Herringby Resilience Plan

Version

Date

Amendment

Amended by

1

30/08/2013

Include "Isolation"in list of Hazzards.

Added contacts for schools

JD

2

11/9/2013

Amended and approved by Parish Councillors

SAW

3

11/11/2015

Amended and approved by Parish Councillors

Parish clerk.

S Walsh