The Parish Council have produced an emergency plan which provides useful details for all parishoners on how to prepare for an emergency and actions to be taken in the event of an emergency.  As part of this plan, members of the Parish Council are part of the Emergency Management Team who can co-ordinate and call upon other members of the community and equipment as required to support the community in the event of an emergency.

A redacted copy (for data protection reasons) is provided here: Emergency Plan

East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) have published the following documents which residents may find useful concerning flooding and emergency plans:

The Parish Council, in association with residents, is progressing investigations by Yorkshire Water, ERYC and riparian land owners to determine the cause(s) of surface water flooding within the village, particularly regarding recent events in 2015/16, with a view to improving the system to mitigate any future flooding events from occurring.  

The Environment Agency provides mapping of areas susceptible to surface water flooding.  Below is an extract for the majority of the village which parishioners may find this useful for reference.