ST ASAPH flood victims are invited to a drop-in session to share the results of a top-level investigation.

Denbighshire County Council and Natural Resources Wales are inviting residents affected by the floods this Saturday between 10am and 2pm at Ysgol Esgob Morgan, Ffordd Siari, to learn why the flood happened, how likely it is to happen again, and what steps are being taken to reduce the risk of flooding in the future.

Denbighshire County Council Lead member for Public Realm
David Smith said: “Residents are welcome to come and talk to us and find out more about our investigations and what we will be doing as a result.

“You are welcome to talk to us about how the floods affected you and if there is anything more we can do to help you settle back into your home”.

Tim Jones from Natural Resources Wales said: “The flooding that happened last November was a devastating experience for the people of St Asaph.

“We have already carried out significant work to reduce the risk of flooding and have more short term and long term work planned in the area. This is an opportunity for people to find out more about this and for us to support the community to be better prepared for flooding.”