Exceptionally high temperatures are expected this Sunday 10 July through to Tuesday 12 July.

Although many of us will enjoy this weather, just a reminder that young children and our elderly relatives are particularly susceptible to heat stroke and even night time temperatures could remain above 30 degrees.

Special care is also required with pets who should be found a cool spot indoors during the day. Be aware that tarmac will melt in these temperatures so check the tarmac temperature before walking dogs to avoid burning their paws.

More guidance is available from the following websites:

Pam Walker
Emergency Team


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