A multi-million pound scheme to protect villages from flooding on the Derbyshire border with Staffordshire is being opened
The cost of the project is £8.7million and it will benefit around 1,600 residents and businesses at risk of flooding from the River Dove, particularly between Scropton and the River Trent.
The area has been hit by four major floods in the last 20 years.
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