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Welcome to Cornwall Community Flood Forum

Cornwall Community Flood Forum (CCFF) is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) open to everyone in Cornwall with an interest in flood risk – its causes, how to prepare and how to recover. The Forum is supported by Cornwall Council, the Environment Agency, South West Water and many other organisations but it was set up, and remains, as a community-led group.

CCFF aims to support communities, homes and businesses to become more resilient to the impacts of flooding. We do this by:

  • Raising awareness about current and future flood risk to communities, businesses and schools.
  • Assisting communities in preparing for flooding and facilitating post flood recovery.
  • Leading community flood warden training for communities at risk in Cornwall.
  • Collaborating with others to form partnerships and share experience and knowledge with others.

Membership of the Forum is free so why not join us?

Membership Benefits

There are two types of membership available – one for individuals and one for organisations such as parish councils.

Full Membership is for individuals. It entitles the member to:

  • Free entry to the Annual Conference
  • Attendance at Quarterly Meetings and any associated field trips
  • Voting rights at the AGM and other meetings
  • Quarterly eNewsletter

Associate Membership is primarily for organisations but individuals who would prefer a less active involvement with the Forum may also join as associates. It entitles the member to:

  • Access to online flood warden training resources, flood preparation Toolkit materials and hands-on support to create and exercise a Community Flood Plan
  • Nominated delegate attendance at Quarterly Meetings and any associated field trips
  • Nominated delegate voting rights at the AGM and other meetings
  • Opportunity to submit items for the Quarterly eNewsletter

Cornwall Community Flood Forum Charitable Incorporated Organisation Constitution

Click here to download our Constitution document.

Membership InformationMembership Application

Current Vacancies

Honorary Treasurer – We are looking for an Honorary Treasurer to keep track of our finances on a voluntary basis. Click here to find out more about the role and how to apply: Honorary Treasurer Role Description

Trustees – We are also actively looking for a further three trustees to join CCFF. We are looking for people that are passionate about community engagement and helping our communities be more resilient to flooding. If you are interested, please contact Gitty Ankers at or on 07768 278579.

Annual Report 2022-23


Community Volunteer Training: Introduction Videos

We are delighted to introduce our brand new introductory video sessions to the Community Volunteer Training modules ‘Role Profile’,  ‘An Introduction to Emergency Response’ and ‘Understanding Flood Risk’ &  ‘Flood Risk Awareness’ which we usually deliver to Community Flood Warden Volunteers. Please have a look and share with your local community.

Contact Us

Send us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.