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January Update (2)

10th January 2024


Hi  All



Just a quick update, we have a reply from Severn Trent.

This confirms the volume of effluent into the watercourse in the catchment area.

The Grimesmoor Dyke flows into the Dover Beck. There is no current maintenance of the Dover Beck, simply left.

This may contribute towards flooding, especially surface water on the A6097 Epperstone.

Please be aware the current Treatment Plant is currently undergoing a programme of extension.

Basically, more water will flow into the watercourse in the future.




Michelle Home