EDI Final Project Do you know the dangers of river weirs? 2 days ago   01:36

The East Midlands Regulated Industry team have been working on ways to improve our branding within local communities with a view to helping people understand what we do and attracting more BAME applications for jobs. This workshop was undertaken and designed to leave a footprint at the Queens Walk Community Centre in the Meadows, a suburban area of Nottingham, which caters for the African-Caribbean community. Ideas from the workshop are now in play to increase our footprint within this community and to create sustainable links with community groups and schools. The initiative runs with Defra’s 25 Year Plan, the Year of Green Action 2019, our CaBP, the Regulated Industry Strategy Business Plan 2018-23 and the East Midland Area’s People Plan.

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I don't care who you are and where you come from. Stop wasting time and money on rubbish like this and do the job we the people have paid you to do.
While I am here let me just say this channel is a joke. Your videos are put together like a child has edited them on a smart phone. They get hardly any views because no one cares about the content you put out. Like the politicians in this country the people no longer believe or trust in you. A changed is needed!
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Do you know the dangers of river weirs? EDI Final Project 2 days ago   02:51

We are urging river users in the North West to look out for flashing warning lights for their own safety as the Environment Agency monitors river levels to help protect communities from flooding.

Our Hydrometry & Telemetry team are often called out to measure river levels when the water is at its highest, enabling them to issue flood warnings to communities in danger.

However, recently they have spotted canoeists and other boat users putting themselves in unnecessary danger, ignoring flashing warning signs and coming close to heavy duty measuring equipment deployed in the water.

View our Flickr album http://ow.ly/rgkc0 that allows river users to compare online river level guides to actual photos of weirs to assess if it is safe to use the river.

Check river levels: http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/riverlevels/default.aspx