A special service has been held at St Asaph cathedral this afternoon to give hope to those hit by last week's flooding.
Hundreds of people were left homeless in the city and surrounding area when the River Elwy burst its banks.
Tomorrow the Prince of Wales is due to visit the worst-hit areas to offer his support and to thank the emergency services involved in the rescue and clean-up operations.
Rob Shelley reports.
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