By focusing on developing a working definition of flood groups in England, and by analysing their governance arrangements, this chapter aims to shed light on their potential influence on community resilience to flooding. It discusses resilience in relation to flooding at a local level and develops a framework to analyse the influence of flood groups on community resilience to flooding. The chapter provides information on England's flood risk management landscape and introduces the research methodology. It presents the findings whilst reflecting on the influences of flood groups and offering insights into the wider implications of this research. The chapter also discusses the role of the flood groups on community resilience to flooding via their influence on: the community's social connectedness (social capital), the spatial planning and physical characteristics in the community (natural/built environment capital), the capabilities of individuals (human capital), the economic resources available in communities (economic capital).