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Flood emergency advice

On this page you can find out more information about planning, managing and recovering from a flood.

Flood warnings

Flood warnings for Worcestershire from GOV.UK (opens in a new window)

What you should do before, during and after a flood

Find out if you're at risk of flooding in England website (GOV.UK, opens in a new window)

During a flood website (National Flood Forum, opens in a new window)

Planning, managing and recovering from a flood (Public Health England, opens in a new window)

Covid-19 flood advice

Download: Key information and contacts during a flood event (PDF)

Listen to local radio and/or watch local TV stations for weather and flooding updates:

BBC Hereford and Worcester (opens in a new window) 104fm and 94.7fm

Closures and disruption during a flood:

View the Worcestershire roadworks and road closures in Worcestershire map (opens in a new window)

School closures

Worcestershire Travel app

National Rail - Latest Travel News (opens in a new window)


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: email

Wychavon: Wychavon District Council - Flooding (opens in a new window)

Looking after your health

General information about mental health following floods (Public Health England, opens in a new window)

How to clean up your home safely (Public Health England, opens in a new window)

Flooding: Questions and answers about health (Public Health England, opens in a new window)

Co-ordinated response

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 social media channels and our dedicated Travel Twitter account Worcs Travel. Regular updates will be posted on across all three channels in the event of floods.

Follow the County Council on Facebook

Follow County Council on Twitter

Follow us on Worcs Travel

For more information about flooding and reducing your risk of flooding, please visit the Flood Risk Management webpage