Meeting over floods

RESIDENTS in a Rotherham village affected by the summer floods are being invited to attend a public meeting tonight.

Tuesday, 2nd October 2007, 2:28 pm
Updated Wednesday, 3rd October 2007, 10:29 am

The meeting between 7pm and 8pm at Whiston Worrygoose Junior and Infants School is a follow up to a previous public meeting about the floods.

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Rotherham Council, police, fire service and Environment Agency are due to attend to answer questions about the June floods and their response.

Council leader Roger Stone said: ““We want to let them know what’s been happening and what progress has been made on the questions they posed at the meeting in July.”

A follow-up meeting has already taken place at Catcliffe and others are planned for planned for the Dinnington and Thorpe Hesley areas.