Ox-Cam Property Flood Resilience Pathfinder Case Studies In this first video we introduce leading flood resilience expert Mary Dhonau OBE who visits Martin to discuss his personal experience of living with flooding at his riverside property and look at what resilience measures he has successfully installed, including pumps, air bricks and barriers. In this video, leading flood resilience expert Mary Dhonau OBE visits Sue, who lives in Datchet, Berkshire, to talk about her experiences with significant flooding – only two days after exchanging contracts on a lower ground floor flat. Sue explains what advice she received and the steps she has taken to reduce the impact of future floods. Joanne from the Dragonfly Boutique in Hebden Bridge explains the adaptations and preparations they have made to prevent flooding, before the boutique opened – with prevention being seen as better than a cure. Headquarters Hairdressing Salon in Mytholmroyd suffered significant damage in the Boxing Day floods of 2015, which closed the salon for at least nine months. Now, with resilience measures in place, following a 3-foot deluge in February 2020, the salon was only out of action for four days. Eileen at Elements jewellery store talks about her experiences with flooding – the worst of which saw flood waters reach over 6 foot, closing the store for 111 days. Knowing flooding will occur again in the town, many resilient measures have been installed to ensure recovery can happen in days, rather than weeks or months. Mary Dhonau OBE talks to Alison from the Heart Gallery in Hebden Bridge. The gallery was hit by significant flooding in 2015, which saw at least five feet of dirty flood waters enter the building. Having installed PFR measures, recovery is swift, providing peace of mind to Alison and her team.