EMERGENCY PLAN AND DIRECTORY FOR THE PARISH OF STICKNEY IN THE DISTRICT OF EAST LINDSEY Person responsible for the plan: E L ARNOLD - Parish Clerk Population: 2,150 EMERGENCY PLANNING UNITS Local Authority: East Lindsey District Council, Emergency Planning Unit, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8UP. Tel: 01507 601111 Fax: 01507 327069 e-mail: [email protected] Unitary Authority: Lincolnshire County Council, Emergency Planning Unit, Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue HQ., South Park Avenue, Lincoln. Lincolnshire LN5 8EL. Tel: 01522 582220 Out-of-hours Tel: 01522 58222. e-mail: [email protected] TRANSIT DETAILS Plan inaugurated 10 January 2008. Copies lodged with both District and Unitary Authority 31 March 2008. Plan last amended/updated 14 February 2014 SECTION ONE: PARISH CONTACTS: PARISH CLERK: E L ARNOLD, Crookes Cottage, Wrangle Bank, Boston, PE22 9DL. Tel: 01205 270352 Mobile: 07776 497515. e-mail: [email protected] CHAIRMAN: M BOLLAND, 11 Holmes Road Stickney Tel: 01205 480015. Mobile: 07877 259934. PARISH COUNCILLORS: Cllr R PERHAM (FLOOD WARDEN) Pedlars Cottage, Hall Lane, Stickney Tel: 01205 480608 Mobile: 07825 908910 Cllr B WYLKA: 11 Lancaster Close, Stickney Tel: 01205 480578 Cllr B GRAY: Meridian Grange, West Fen Lane, Stickney Tel: 01205 480009 Mobile: 07968 946518 Cllr P HOOD: Noogard Cottage, West Fen Lane, Stickney Tel: 01205 480957 Cllr T CASH: Mulberry, Main Road, Stickney Tel: 01205 480656 Cllr O WOLVERSON: Main Road Guest House, Main Road, Stickney Tel: 01205 481340 Cllr T EDWARDS: Rainbow End, West Fen Drainside, Stickney Tel: 07746 346841 LOCAL CLERGY: Parish Priest: Canon Peter Coates Church Wardens : Mrs A Brady Mrs B Gosling 01790 752526 01205 480661 01205 480641 RESOURCES (provision of 4 wheel drive vehicles): Kings Garage: Main Road, Stickney. Tel: 01205 480241 Tempest Garage: Main Road, Stickney. Tel: 01205 480491/480252 WATERCOURSE & DRAINAGE INFORMATION/CRITICAL POINTS: Horbling Lane ( High priority due to vulnerable densely populated Eastern section in area of East Fen Catchwater Drain). West Fen Catchwater Drain(low priority due to sparse habitation). Minton, Main Road, Stickney (A drain in vicinity could cause flooding to land) OTHER PARISH INFORMATION: The Parish Council website: [email protected]/stickney will be updated as information becomes available. Contact the Clerk, Mrs Arnold using the links on the website to add information to site. RADIO FREQUENCIES: BBC Radio Lincolnshire: 49.9 or 104.7FM , 1368AM Lincs FM: 102.2FM EMERGENCY FOOD PROVISION: Stickney Post office & General Store Main Road Tel: 01205 480225 Stickney Fish Shop Horbling Lane (coal fired cooking facilities) LOCAL INSTITUTIONS: LOCAL BUS/TAXI COMPANIES: Kings Garage: Tel: 01205 480241 Lawton’s Coaches: Tel: 01205 480462 LOCAL PLANT HIRE/FARMERS: MR. E. Staples (farmer) Tel: 01205 480274 SECTION TWO CONTACTS - OTHER AGENCIES DISTRICT COUNCIL: East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire. LN11 8UP. Tel: 01507 601111(includes out-of-hours). Fax: 01507 327069 E-mail: [email protected] COUNTY/DISTRICT COUNCILLOR: Cllr V AYLING: Stickford House, Stickford, Boston. PE22 6EW Tel: 0776 4536867 E-mail: [email protected] COUNTY COUNCIL: Lincolnshire County Council, County Offices, Newland, Lincoln, LN11YQ. Tel: 01522 552222 POLICE STATION: Boston Tel: 01205 366222 ENVIRON. AGENCY: Kingfisher House, Goldhay Way, Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, PE2 5ZR Tel: General Enquiries: 08708 506506 Floodline: 0845 9881188 Emergency Hotline: 0800 807060 ANGLIAN WATER: Customer Services, PO Box 770, Lincoln. LN5 7WX Tel: 08457 145145 (also serves as out-of-hours Emergency number) WHITHAM FOURTH: 47 Norfolk Street, Boston, PE21 6PP Tel: 01205310088 Fax: 01205 311282 e-mail: [email protected] ELECTRICITY SUPPLY: Central Networks: Tel: 0800 056 8090 E-on Tel: 0800 092 2905 General Tel: 0800 096 3080 SECTION THREE - PARISH RESOURCES VILLAGE HALL/YOUTH CENTRE Hall Lane, Stickney Contact: Mrs S Boone Tel: 01205 480802 Comprises: Two separate Halls: Village Hall has capacity as sleeping accommodation for up to 150 persons. Youth Centre has capacity as sleeping accommodation for up to 50 persons Kitchen: Toilets: Parking: Each hall is capable of catering for extensive numbers. Male and female in each hall . Hard standing to front of halls capacity 25 vehicles. (Rough ground to west side of halls could accommodate additional parking in an emergency.) SCHOOLS: Stickney (C of E) Primary School, Hall Lane, Stickney Caretaker: Mr Casey Tel: 07788 576812 Comprises: 7 Classrooms and school hall Parking: Hard standing to west of school 10 vehicles William Lovell Academy, Main Road, Stickney. Site Manager: Mr S Houldershaw Tel: 07733 144077 Comprises: 22 classrooms, 2 halls, a gymnasium and some small offices. Parking: extensive hard standing. Catering facilities available. MEDICAL CENTRE: Stickney Surgery, Main Road, Stickney: Tel: 01205 480237 Comprises: patient waiting area, consulting rooms, minor surgery room, carries extensive medical equipment including oxygen, defibrillator etc. Parking: Hard standing 10 vehicles. SECTION FOUR - ACTION PLAN GENERAL PRINCIPALS: This plan is set up envisaging a ‘worst case scenario’ where outside help is not immediately available. In such a case self -help would be necessary to minimise the impact of a hazardous situation . There is no suggestion that under non-siege conditions that members of the village should take on the roll of the emergency services. This should only be undertaken in extremis and in a coordinated manner. Coordination should be the key-word here as a ragged response can unintentionally cause more harm than it cures. The three principal hazards the village is most likely to face are flood, crashed aircraft or an incident with a tanker carrying a hazardous load. The Parish emergency plan is constructed to counter such eventualities. That said, no plan can cover all eventualities and even if that were possible it would be ineffective and unwieldy due to its inevitably vast content. Therefore what follows are concise general principals, intended as a guide rather than inflexible rules, and it is upon that guide it is suggested an action plan can be formulated. 1) Sustainable Communications in adverse conditions (mobile telephones with wind up chargers (to this end the Chairperson and Flood Wardens have been issued with wind-up mobile phone chargers) 2) Assembly Points: “ A - Village Hall, “ B - Picnic Site, “ C - William Lovell School 3) Vehicle hazardous loads identification (found at rear & side of trailer) List of hazard signs 4) Crashed Aircraft Light and Service aircraft incidents 5) Key personnel to hold copies of local (TJ) Register of Electors and list of vulnerable persons 6) Set up liaison with local care facilities dealing with elderly/infirm/disabled or vulnerable(Old Rectory Care Home, Main Road, Stickney Tel: 01205 480511) 7) Ensure all new and existing members of the PC are familiar with the emergency plan and can navigate its contents. Institute training or talks by pertinent outside authorities. (eg: First aid) 8) Set up a storage facility for sand bags and arrange and publish where stocks of sand will be available.