Dorney Emergency Plan – Residents’ Skills and Resources?

For the Dorney Emergency Plan that is in preparation, it is suggested by Bucks Council that we identify volunteers who may be able to help in an emergency / event. These may be individuals with specific skills or organisations or businesses who would be willing to support the community in some way.
Voluntary organisations / groups / clubs may also be willing to help.
Dorney Parish Council would like to maintain a confidential list of people with useful skills (with their consent).
Together with the skills and experience offered by the above, an equipment list, including who owns it, is key to the whole plan.

Dorney Parish Council would be most grateful if you would complete the form on this link and, by clicking on Submit to Parish Clerk, send it confidentially to the Clerk.

Your information will be held confidentially and will only be passed to those people responsible for the Emergency Plan.

Welcome To Dorney

Dorney Parish is the southernmost parish of the county of Buckinghamshire. It consists of  Dorney Village, Dorney Reach, Boveney and Lake End.

It is a beautiful, rural community alongside the Thames. To the south east, the cattle graze on Dorney Common. It has been described as “the first village west out of London”.

Dorney Parish consists of around 300 residential properties and a population of around 700.

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