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LATEST UPDATES ON THE RECOVERY WORK IN GLENRIDDING

The EA/Mayson Brothers work on the Glenridding Beck Wall repairs began in February 2016 and was originally scheduled to take 22 weeks. As at November 2018 it is still continuing and is not likely to be finished until into 2019.  You can see the plans and also access the Glenridding Beck webcam and a video from Mayson brothers using the links below. The Flood Group have also been working on a range of measures upstream of the village to reduce the flow of water and gravel. Gravel management will be an ongoing issue for years to come.

GLENRIDDING

VBA -glenridding proposals.pdfContact Us

Overall Plan for Glenridding

Glenridding Web-Cam

Glenridding Photo Gallery

Glenridding Issue Map


Please note this just shows the main issues in the area and is not a list of all the properties and businesses affected. The latest status on these issues is shown at the top of the page.

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CURRENT ACTION PLAN

See the latest recovery action plan including news on the Glenridding Beck Wall repairs and the latest updates on Jenkins Field

PHOTO GALLERY

See more photos from the floods of December 2015 and the recovery work that is still ongoing in Glenridding, Patterdale, Deepdale and Hartsop.

COMMUNITY FLOOD PLAN

Find out more about our Community Flood Plan, including our resilience planning and upstream beck management

Successes to Date

Still to Sort

  1. Glenridding Beck Wall repairs started
  2. Gillside farm repairs complete
  3. Helvellyn Footpath reopened
  4. Greening Glenridding Campaign
  5. Plenty of Jenkins Field stone reused locally
  6. Glenridding Beck mouth cleared - July & September  2016


  1. Completion of new beck wall and river overflow plan
  2. Upstream work above Gillside

Community Flood Group Action Plan

Greening Glenridding Campaign


In the run up to Easter some local volunteers organised a campaign to make Glenridding look a little more spring like. Thanks to some generous donations from Hayes Garden Centre in Ambleside and B&Q in Penrith as well as the efforts of many individuals both young and old, planters were put up around the village, and across the Parish in Patterdale and Hartsop.  They even planted up some of the dumpy bags used to shore up the beck wall. Many thanks to all those involved. Please click here to see more Photos from the Day.

EA Report July 16

Glenridding Issues List

Patterdale-Parish-Flood-Impact-List-oct-16-update-Glenridding.pdf