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Flood warden service extended by Natural Resources Wales

A network of volunteer flood wardens around Wales is being expanded.

Natural Resources Wales, which looks after the environment, has recruited extra people following serious flooding in places such as St Asaph and Ruthin in Denbighshire at the end of last year.

The volunteering role began in the Wrexham area after flooding but will now be widened across the nation.

Chris Dearden reports.

  • 02 Oct 2013
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