An information centre has been set up near Rhyl Fire Station offering advice to residents following yesterday's flooding.
There will be representatives from:
- Welfare rights
- Housing and Supporting People
- Council Tax
- Family Information Service
- Public Protection
- Trading Standards
- Environmental Health
- Red Cross
Residents can access the centre until 5pm tonight and over the weekend for advice on issues such as finance and insurance, health, electrical safety and how to clean up after a flood.
A Denbighshire County Council spokesperson said: "There were no further issues of flooding to report overnight. The high tide passed at around 12.30am without any further problems.
"All those people affected by flooding have been re-housed by the Council."
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