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Iconic muddy handprints speak volumes Mirfield

By pmadmin
In Clean air for Mirfield
Feb 22nd, 2020
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The muddy handprints were formed by someone removing the sandbags away from the doors that were placed there to prevent floodwater from entering the Battyford sports club Mirfield left and right-handed muddy handprints, one hand against the wall, as the other hand removed and re-placed the sandbags. Battleford Club and Lowlands Road Mirfield some good examples of food defences. what I hope worked to keep storm Ciara and Storm Dennis floodwater out. Two significant STORMS back to back in seven days Storm Ciara 9th February 2020 reached a new recorded River Calder level recorded at Ledgard bridge Mirfield at 4.30 pM 5.4m.

Battyford sports club Mirfield
Battyford sports club Mirfield
Battyford sports club Mirfield
Battyford sports club Mirfield

Lowlands Road Mirfield this appease to have worked.

Vidio of Lowlands Mirfield Flood defences

We need to challenge more of what we know to make meaningful changes.

Two significant STORMS back to back in seven days Kirklees planning committee still passing planning on Mirfield floodplains

Regards

Steve

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