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Winter at home

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In case the weather turns nasty, everyone should make a plan for their home and collect a few everyday things:

  • Emergency phone numbers
  • A torch and spare batteries
  • A radio and spare batteries
  • Three days worth of bottled water and food that won't go off

Doing a few small things now, could save a lot of trouble later.  Find out more at www.readyscotland.org

Get information on power loss and emergencies at the SP Energy Networks website

It's also worth being prepared for a thaw - have a look at our Flooding information.

Severe weather FAQs - Housing