St Asaph's appeal fund hits £90,000


Matt Jones

DONATIONS made in aid of St Asaph’s flood victims have now totalled £90,000.

The fund which was launched by Mayor of St Asaph, Councillor John Roberts, in the aftermath of November’s devastating floods has been inundated with generous donations.

Since the disastrous event that left parts of the city under water, residents and businesses from across the region have united to support the fund raising surge for the victims - along with Prince Charles who made an undisclosed contribution during his visit following the floods.

Cllr Roberts said the response has been remarkable.

“I would like to thank everyone for everything they have done,” he said.

“Every donation, small or large, all contributes to the sum at the end.”

Cllr Roberts recently met up with 13 residents who returned to their homes on Llys Y Felin.

He said: “It was very nice to see them back at their homes.”

Cllr Roberts added other residents awaiting to return home could be back in their properties by March.

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