Advice centre opens to help Croydon's flood victims

An advice centre has been opened in Purley to help people affected or worried about flooding

An advice centre has been opened in Purley to help people affected or worried about flooding

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A flood advice centre has been set up in Purley by Croydon Council and its partners to help those affected by or worried about flooding.

It is in the safer neighbourhood team hub, 9 – 11 Whytecliffe Road, Purley, and is open from 10am to 4pm on Mondays, 10am to 4pm on Wednesdays and 10am to 2pm on Saturdays until March 5.

A range of information is available at the centre as well as staff from Thames Water, Sutton and East Surrey Water and the Environment Agency at specific times.

Click here for more details about the flood advice centre.


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