In the aftermath of Storm Dennis, emergency services have been working tirelessly to help those affected by flooding but many businesses and local people have also been volunteering their time.

Community help centres were set up at places like Taff's Well Rugby Club to offer support and supplies to people displaced.

One charity called toogoodtowaste have also been working hard to deliver secondhand furniture to people whose possessions have been destroyed.

Geraint Davies, Operations Manager at the charity said they are used to dealing with similar circumstances "but not at this scale."

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One couple that toogoodtowaste have helped is Tracy and Graham Rogers, who live in Trehafod.

They have experienced flooding before but this time around it was "on a different level."

The pair said flood water has ruined everything in the ground floor of their house but the community has helped them start to regain normality.

The lady [at toogoodtowaste] was absolutely wonderful, she told me to just pick any settee I wanted. She even went out of her way to have it delivered the next morning for me To be able to go in [the living room] tonight, with the television on and sit in a settee, it is wonderful.

Tracy Rogers
Tracy and Graham are having to rip up their floor and throw away most items that were on the ground floor of their home. Credit: ITV Cymru Wales

The couple also said that local people had been volunteering their time to help clear away ruined furniture and people have been donating blankets and towels.

Tracy praised the community for being "absolutely fantastic."

toogoodtowaste provide people with secondhand furniture either for free or at a low price. Credit: ITV Cymru Wales

Across The Valleys, community centres offering food and clothing have opened up.

At Taff's Well Rugby Club, volunteers have been accepting and redistributing donations. Teri Knight set up the charitable base at the club because she wanted to help the community in whatever way possible.

The club minibus has been in overdrive, myself and my friend Sharon have been driving around dropping stuff off all over the place...as much as we can do. The community has been effected massively and they are still pulling together, everyone is still helping out where they can. Everyone has been absolutely amazing, it has been overwhelming.

Teri Knight
Teri Knight said the community has really pulled together and been 'absolutely amazing'. Credit: ITV Cymru Wales

Foodbanks at St Catherine’s, Pontypridd and St Luke’s, Rhydyfelin, opened their doors to provide emergency food parcels and a church in Aberdare were offering hot meals to people without cooking facilities.

Caerphilly Centre for Enterprise has also been offering help to businesses who have found their properties unusable. They are offering free office space for local businesses affected by flooding.

Another volunteer decided to take time off work to help people after he saw the scale of devastation people were dealing with on the news.

Jim Harle went to Canalside in Aberdulais to help people clear away furniture.

He said people have been extremely grateful but he is more than happy to help as he is not going through the "trauma" that they are.

Jim Harle said people are 'coming together' to help each other and the community is 'resilient'. Credit: ITV Cymru Wales

Storm Dennis broke records as a month's worth of rain fell in just 48 hours.

People evacuated and have had to start again after flood water wrecked their homes and belongings in places like Nantgarw, Aberdulais and Monmouth.

The River Wye reached peak levels on Tuesday morning and overflowed.

More rain is expected in south and north Wales and two yellow warnings for rain will come into force on Wednesday evening.