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Prince Charles visits flood affected residents of Pontypridd

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Prince Charles visits flood affected residents of Pontypridd

Prince Charles visits flood affected residents of Pontypridd

The Prince of Wales has visited Pontypridd in South Wales, where he met residents and businesses affected by the recent floods.

Prince Charles was greeted by large crowds of people in the town when he arrived, he then visited two local businesses, KooKoo Madam and Prince's Cafe, both of which were badly affected by the flooding.

He then met with members of the emergency services, as well as business owners and volunteers, at the Municipal Building.

Report by Blairm.

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