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Third time unlucky for Nottinghamshire's flood-plagued towns

Residents hit three times in 12 years say flood defences are protecting cities, not themThe children had just left for the day when Joanna Hall, the headteacher at North Wheatley primary in Bassetlaw, realised it was going to happen again. For the third time in 12 years, the Nottinghamshire school was about to be flooded.She had minutes to rush out an email to parents, knowing that the internet server - fixed to the floor - would soon be submerged. She had barely pressed "send" before water began to rise up through the carpets and beyond the skirting boards. Within half an hour, the main building was 45cm under and a cavalry of parents had arrived to help with the salvage operation. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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