Resilience Centre

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How it Works

Eassie & Nevay Hall is a designated Angus Council Community Resilience Centre. The Centre was officially launched by Depute Provost Mr Colin Brown on Tuesday 7th November 2017. 

The Hall can be used as a safe refuge by the local community during emergencies such as severe weather and prolonged power failures. Also the Hall can be used as a local command centre and distribution hub by the emergency services. Funding from both SSE Resilient Communities Fund and Angus Leader Fund enabled the Hall to be equipped with the following :

  • 4 petrol driven 2″ water pumps for use by anyone at risk of flooding
  • 5 two-way radios
  • external generator connection to ensure 24/7 heating and lighting of the hall
  • USB charging points
  • defibrillator
  • comprehensive first aid kits
  • modern communications provision

ENKCA has produced and distributed a booklet encouraging those who consider themselves to be vulnerable to register with us so that assistance can be given quickly if required.

The advice to individuals and businesses is – be prepared for an emergency. This will help you to cope safely and puts you in a good position to recover more rapidly.

Resilience Centre

Helpful Leaflets

ENKCA has authored helpful leaflets which can be accessed from the links below :

The Equipment

Area Covered

The area covered by the resilience centre is a 5km radius area of operation centred on the hall in Balkeerie.

Click on the image opposite to show an image outlining this radius.

Resilience Centre Area Covered
How to find the Hall