Veronica Cowan, who has been writing for Post for 18 years, is a non-practising barrister, who has written for the national and regional press, and magazines. She has also been a legal editor of books, and taught Public Affairs to trainee journalists on the NCTJ vocational course.
She spends her time between the sailing capital of Cowes and the cathedral city of Wells in Somerset.
With almost 3000 dams supplying drinking water to towns and cities they are a common feature in the UK countryside. However, when heavy rain in August threatened the integrity of the emergency spillway at Toddbrook Reservoir an emergency evacuation of…
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