Flooding and Climate Change workshops: a series of free sessions across recently flooded communities

Unprecedented flooding this year ruined lives for hundreds in the South of England. As the clear up operation continues many are asking questions about the future.  COIN has organised a set of events to support communities planning for a more unpredictable climate. After Devon, Somerset, and Oxfordshire, COIN this autumn will hold events in Winchester, Kingston, and Totnes.
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