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Helen Todd Apr 18
Look at all of those awards! Diversity champion winner, first runner up in unsung hero and the EA way to recognise work on . Hurrah for Jess, Samm and all our colleagues in 🌟🌟🌟
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Boston Barrier Apr 18
awesome day today for the team - winners in the TeamEA awards and runner up in the Better Places Award. Thanks to everyone who voted for us it’s very much appreciated and great work team Boston Barrier you are all great 👍
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David Barnett Apr 18
Good luck to our senior boys as they play Grantown Grammar in the final of the North of Scotland Cup at Grant Park, Inverness tonight.
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Helen Todd Apr 18
Bursting with pride (and a few tears) to see visual impairment network lead Samm Legg scoop ‘s award for diversity champion at awards.
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Lisa Pinney Apr 18
The inspirational Samm accepting the Chairs Award for Diversity Champion for her amazing work with the visual impairment network
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Boston Barrier Apr 18
65 teams nominated and over 1000 votes in all- thank you to all the brilliant people who helped us win!
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Chris Bainger Apr 16
Replying to @ChrisBaingerEA
Just to prove it’s not just media & tweets I’m goo for. Thought Laura’s low impact option for the fish rescue was extremely resourceful
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Env Agency NW Apr 19
is working with impounding vehicles to disrupt waste crime
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Gavin Usher Apr 20
After a great week of and what better way to enjoy the sunshine than off duty, after work drinks with my amazing colleagues. Cheers! ☀️
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Graham Verrier Apr 19
Catchment have visited the Ipswich Barrier this week, sharing their knowledge and getting up close to one of our biggest projects to reduce flood risk. This group inspire and support the next generation of Women and Men become .
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Boston Barrier Apr 18
We’re at the today where we’ve been nominated for two awards! Good luck everyone!
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Mark Bowers Apr 17
Fabulous send off for our outgoing English Severn & Wye RFCC Chair . Huge respect for what you have achieved and delivered over the past 15 years. West Midlands is in a more resilient, protected and stronger position than it has ever been. Thank you.
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Jonathan Croft Apr 13
out with the St Michaels Flood Action Group discussing issues along the River Wyre in Lancashire.
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Mark Bowers Apr 17
In fabulous Gloucestershire today for Severn & Wye RFCC. Maybe a few tears today as it’s our brilliant Chairs last meeting as she is standing down in June.
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John Leyland Apr 18
2018 Annual awards... The best way to celebrate the amazing difference we make to the Environment is to celebrate the people that make it...
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Mark Bowers Apr 17
Fascinating and informative presentation from Colin Withers at RFCC. Lessons and best practice when delivering a community flood scheme at Leigh, Gloucestershire. Key issues, work together to deliver & listen to the local community.
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Fish Health, Ageing and Species Apr 19
When doing a , we start by taking a skin scrape for microscopic examination to look for any parasites. Have a look at this video from yesterday showing us taking a skin scrape from some lovely tench from Calverton fish farm
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Simon Hildon Apr 16
Last week were out of the office assessing the groundwater situation in Burton Fleming and along Gypsy Race. Great work, everyone!
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Adam Bayliss 6h
It might be sunny outside at the moment but there’s some heavy showers forecast later today and tomorrow. are monitoring the situation closely. You can report flooding 24/7 to on 0800 80 70 60
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Mike Clarke Apr 19
Yesterday I was at the ’s Annual Awards and heard our Chief Exec discussing He said “I also want to celebrate failure. Because without failure there is no growth, no learning, no innovation and ultimately no success”
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