Disruption expected due to Storm Eunice

Disruption expected due to Storm Eunice

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Storm Eunice

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Storm Eunice

Disruption expected due to Storm Eunice

Nottinghamshire parks will be closed tomorrow (18 February), and residents are urged to stay at home as Storm Eunice hits.

The storm is set to bring with it wind gusts of between 60mph and 75mph to Nottinghamshire, and a Met Office amber weather warning is in place.

Advice for residents includes only travelling if essential, staying away from wooded areas and parks and checking for updates from public transport providers before making any journeys.

Sherwood Forest, Rufford Abbey, Holme Pierrepont and Bestwood Country Parks will all be closed to visitors to ensure safety.

Residents are also advised to keep an eye on the county council’s social media channels and disruption website page throughout tomorrow to keep up-to-date with the situation across the county.

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How to report a fallen tree

Reporting a fallen tree

Forecasted high winds due to Storm Eunice may cause trees to fall onto the highway, and if this is the case, it’s important to know how to report this to us so that we can attend and investigate.

Report a fallen tree

Looking out for others

Holding hands

Some people can be particularly vulnerable during severe weather, so it’s important to look out for elderly relatives and neighbours.

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How can I find out more?

Find out more

We will be updating our social media channels and website throughout tomorrow with details of any disruption.

Visit the disruption page 

Find out more about the weather warning 

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