- check out Public Health England - Advice for the Public website (opens in a new window)
- check out GOV.UK - Find out if you're at risk of flooding in England website (opens in a new window)
- check out National Flood Forum - During a flood website (opens in a new window)
- download Ready for Flooding document
- Bromsgrove, Redditch and Wyre Forest: Wyre Forest District Council - Sandbags (opens in a new window)
- Malvern: Malvern Hills District Council - Flooding (opens in a new window)
- Worcester: Worcester City Council (opens in a new window)
- Wychavon: Wychavon District Council - Flooding (opens in a new window)
Listen to local radio and/or watch local TV stations for weather and flooding updates:
- BBC Hereford & Worcester (opens in a new window) 104fm & 94.7fm
Closures / disruption during a flood:
- Roadworks in Worcestershire
- School closures
- National Rail - Latest Travel News (opens in a new window)
During a flood event the efforts of the agencies who have a responsibility to provide a response are co-ordinated by Multi-Agency Flood Plans (MAFPs). There is a multi-agency flood plan for each district in Worcestershire, maintained by the relevant district council.
Sign up to Worcestershire County Council's Twitter account. Regular updates will be posted on there in the event of floods. To follow us visit Twitter - Worcestershire County Council (opens in a new window) or search @worcscc on your Twitter account.
For more information about flooding and reducing your risk of flooding, please visit the Flood Risk Management webpage
Hollywood flood 27 May 2018
On 27 May 2018 an extremely intense rainfall event hit Hollywood and parts of the wider Wythall parish. Parts of neighbouring Birmingham and Solihull were also badly impacted. Two months-worth of rain (130mm) fell in just two hours with an estimated probability of 1 in 2,000 years or 0.05% in any year. This resulted in surface water and watercourse flooding which had a range of relatively minor impacts on infrastructure but a devastating impact on more than 300 residential properties and businesses. For the latest information about the flood event and what is happening in the future please see Hollywood Flooding.