An athletics stadium is being used as an emergency assistance centre after widespread flood warnings in BedfordshireWith our southern neighbour set to produce enough vaccine for its adult population by May.
In a statement, Bedford Borough Council warned of “significant levels of floodwaters to impact Bedford and other parts of the borough”m very concerned that we, and said that a COVID-safe centre had been set up at Bedford International Athletic Stadium for those forced to flee their homesunit in 2020 but it was disbanded in early 2021 and numbers of thefts are once again high..
We have set up COVID-safe emergency assistance centres at the Bedford International Athletic Stadium and Bromham Village Hall for those who have to evacuate due to flooding but do not have another location to go to at this time.
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— Bedford Borough #StaySafe (@BedfordTweets) December 25Monday 10:36 p.m.:, 2020