Herefordshire Council is spearheading the #30days30waysUK campaign this September. The initiative aims to equip individuals and communities with the knowledge and tools to prepare for a range of emergencies, from floods and power cuts to cyber threats.

The campaign underscores the importance of readiness in the face of unexpected challenges. Each day throughout the month, the council will unveil a new theme on social media, offering invaluable advice on topics such as road safety, cyber security, and flood preparedness.

By leveraging the hashtag #30days30waysUK, Herefordshire Council will provide links to trusted resources and information from a consortium of emergency, health, and public service partners, both locally and nationally.

The essence of the campaign is to highlight simple, actionable steps that everyone can undertake to safeguard themselves, their families, and their communities. The council is also encouraging residents to stay informed and register for relevant warnings.

For those eager to stay updated and benefit from this initiative, they can track the campaign's progress by following the hashtag #30days30waysUK across various social media platforms.

For a deeper dive into the campaign and to access a wealth of resources, interested individuals can visit