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New Coastal Flood Warning Service set to be introduced

Holm during a storm.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and Orkney Islands Council are launching a new Coastal Flood Warning Service for Orkney next week.

The service aims to give Orkney’s coastal communities more advance warning of coastal flooding and reduce the damage and distress flooding can cause.

The new scheme will add 11 Flood Warning Areas to SEPA’s flood forecasting and warning services. They are: Burray and Ayre of Cara, Sanday, Stromness, Churchill Barriers, Scapa, Stronsay, Kirkwall, St Margaret’s Hope, Westray, Longhope and Hoy, St Mary’s and Graemeshall.

The service will be officially launched by SEPA and the OIC next Tuesday, September 18.

For more information, including times and details of community information sessions, pick up a copy of The Orcadian.

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