Sign up for Floodline Warnings Direct

Sign up for Floodline Warnings Direct

Sign up for Floodline Warnings Direct

Floodline Warnings Direct

Our flood warning service can give you advance notice of when flooding from rivers and the sea is likely to happen – and give you time to prepare.

Free messaging service

Floodline Warnings Direct is a free service that sends you a direct message when flooding which may affect your property is expected. Flood warnings will give you time to prepare for flooding, which could save you time, money and heartache.

By phone, email, text, fax

You can receive warnings by telephone, mobile, email, SMS text message or fax – whichever you prefer.

Call Floodline on 0345 988 1188, Typetalk on 0345 602 6340 or register here. Call charges will depend on your service provider.  You can find more information about charges here.

Twitter Alerts

Sign up to receive alerts during flooding and other major environmental incidents via our Twitter account

When will we use Twitter Alerts?

We will use Twitter Alerts to send critical warning information to our customers via Twitter. We will only use Twitter Alerts to share urgent information about significant risks to life or the environment as a result of flooding or environmental incidents.

We will endeavour to use Twitter Alerts to share warnings about:

  • imminent flooding to homes and businesses
  • pollution that presents a risk to people
  • failures of waterway structures presenting a hazard to the public or property

Critical information

We will try and send the most critical flood warning information via Twitter Alerts. Please note, however, that these are sent manually. The best way to receive notifications of flood warnings for your local area is to sign up to our Floodline Warnings Direct service.

How to sign up for Twitter Alerts

When you follow @NatResWales on Twitter, our Twitter Alerts will appear in your timeline with an orange bell symbol.

You can also sign up to receive our Twitter Alerts via text message and push notification to your mobile phone or tablet.

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