A FUND to help the victims of the St Asaph floods has almost doubled within a week.
Money raised by kind-hearted members of the community, businesses, schools, and charities is being donated to the official fund launched by the Mayor of St Asaph, Cllr John Roberts which has now reached £35,000.
Cllr Roberts said: “It has gone up from £20,000 and there are still a lot of activates going on and money coming in. We are very grateful.
“I would like to thank everyone for their donations, they are valued by us and its shows people’s support.
“The donations show the support of the community and wider community.
“There are events taking place in Rhyl, Prestatyn and Denbigh. “
Donations will help individuals and families who have lost possessions in the devastation.
Cllr Roberts said: “While it’s impossible to quantify the amount of money that may be needed after the floods, every penny will be gratefully received and spent wisely to support the whole community of St Asaph.
“Money raised will only be spent on supporting people who have suffered because of these terrible floods.”
Any donations should be made out to The Mayor of St Asaph’s Flood Relief Fund or The Mayor’s Charity Fund and sent to The Cathedral Offices, High Street, St Asaph LL17 0RD.