Floods

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  • Is the photograph shown of “later floods” taken in Frogmore where flooding still occurs? If it is, then it is incorrect to imply that this is due to flooding from the River Meon, Such flooding in Frogmore is due to an inadequate system of conveying water (which flows into Frogmore from a variety of sources – but not from the river – in extreme weather conditions) into the River Meon, near the road bridge to the hamlet.
    This matter was the subject of a comprehensive study for the Parish Plan of 2005, as set out in a 10 page document (which I have) on the River Meon, covering this and other aspects relevant to the river. I suggest that the website editors study the Parish Plan 2005. Happy to review the situation with the editors, but only after they have studied the said parish plan.

    By David Prichard (21/08/2021)
  • I believe that is what the comment on the Frogmore photo says: it even references your report!

    By Ian Wesley (27/09/2021)

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