Prince Charles to visit Burton Fleming after floods

Flooding in Burton Fleming Prince Charles will meet fire crews who tackled the flooding in Burton Fleming

The Prince of Wales is to visit an East Yorkshire village which was hit by flooding over Christmas.

More than a dozen homes in Burton Fleming were affected when a stream burst its banks in December.

On 23 July, Prince Charles will meet residents and fire crews who tackled the floods, Clarence House said.

He and the Duchess of Cornwall will also visit Bridlington and Withernsea where they will meet fishermen and representatives of local charities.

They will also visit Bridlington Priory to mark its 900th anniversary.

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