Ahead of his summer visit to Wales next week, Prince Charles has made a donation to help victims of last month's floods in West Wales.
The Prince will be carrying out a series of engagements over four days from Monday, as part of his annual stay at his home in Llwynywermod, near the village of Myddfai, in Carmarthenshire.
He will also meet members of the emergency services who were involved in the evacuation, as well as residents affected by the floods.
The exact figure has not been revealed. A spokesman described it as a "generous and kind gesture".
We can confirm the Prince has made a donation to an appeal fund set up by the leader of Ceredigion Council, which will assist those affected by June's flooding
Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillian has visited Ceredigion to see the areas worst hit by this month’s flash-floods.
Communities in Ceredigion are holding a variety of events to raise money for people who've been affected by flooding.
Items including bedding and furniture are being donated in Aberystwyth to help those affected by the weekend's floods.