Emergencies happen when you least expect them and could even mean having to evacuate your home.

Preparing an emergency pack will ensure you have all the essentials you need to hand if you have to leave quickly. 

To mark the launch of the new Lancashire Resilience Forum website, we have prepared an emergency pack to give away. To be in with a chance to win it, all you have to do is sign up to receive alerts with news and information about risks in your area, including how to prepare and respond. 

The emergency pack includes: 

A rucksack, wind-up radio, torch, first aid kit, snow shovel for the car, a blanket, a copy of the household emergency plan, pens and a notepad, and a £100 Amazon voucher. 

Please note: the image on this page is for presentation only. The Emergency Pack will contain the items listed above.

In line with restarting our website launch following a period of mourning for Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, we have extended the deadline to enter the competition:

Click here to enter and sign up for alerts by Wednesday 2nd November 2022.

The winner will be notified wc 14th November 2022.

Find advice about what to include in an emergency pack. 

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