Residents and councillors will meet in the Scottish Borders town of Jedburgh to talk about better flood defences for the town.
Around fifty homes and businesses were badly damaged when the Skiprunning Burn overflowed at the beginning of August.
The town's community council wants to tackle the issue and reduce the risk of a repeat of the flooding.
Scottish Borders Council has commissioned engineering consultants to assess what happened. Their report is expected at the beginning of September.
The council has applied for emergency financial assistance from the Scottish Government to help them cope with the clean up.
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