Severe Weather Updates And Useful Links
North Worcestershire Emergency Planning is a shared service between Wyre Forest, Redditch and Bromsgrove.
Preparing for extreme weather
Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
By ensuring you are as prepared as possible for the potential of severe weather you can help to reduce the impact of the weather on you and your family and friends.
To report an issue with roads please go to Worcestershire County Council Website
Sign up to The Met Office's National Severe Weather Warning Service.
Conserving water - for tips visit Severn Trent Water
Don't forget, don't venture on to ice on paddling pools or big puddles or any other water source, the ice may not be thick enough to support you and the water below may be deeper than expected.
If you are concerned about someone sleeping rough you can contact StreetLink on 0300 500 0914.
Road Closures and Travel
For more on road closures visit Worcestershire County Council alerts or visit BBC travel for information on the latest local travel news.
Visit Worcestershire County Council to find gritting routes and request gritting or grit bins.
Visit the MetOffice website to keep up to date with the latest weather reports.
Stay informed - follow local infomation sources on social media.
Twitter @ Wyre Forest District Council; Redditch Borough Council; Bromsgrove District Council; West Mercia Police; BBC Hereford & Worcs; Worcestershire County Council; DaveThroupEA ; riverlevel_0000 (Bewdley); EnvAgency; EnvAgencyMids
Visit Worcestershire County Council for regular updates on school closures.
Stay tuned to local radio stations for updates and announcements.
Frequencies for radio stations in the area (fm):
Please be aware that during times of severe weather some services may be disrupted. We thank you for your understanding, we will always try and keep services going as long as it is safe to do so. Please keep an eye on our social media pages for updates.
Flooding and Flood Alerts
For details of current Environment Agency flood warnings, warning codes and flood barrier deployment please see the Environment Agency website.
Call Floodline on 0845 988 1188 for advice if you have been affected by flooding.