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The Welsh Government has made £2.5 Million emergency funding available to businesses hit by flooding caused by Storms Ciara and Dennis.

These businesses recovering from the impact of the recent storms, especially smaller businesses, can apply for this grant of up to £2,500 each to help get their feet firmly back on the ground as soon as possible.

This fund will be controlled by Business Wales and will support businesses with the immediate cost of recovery that is not covered by insurance and to help meet the costs of renting alternative spaces and retaining their staff.

The £2.5 Million emergency fund will run alongside support from the Welsh government to allow local authorities to meet the costs of discretionary business rates due to flooding for up to three months.

For further details on how you can apply visit the Business Wales website or call the Business Wales helpline 0300 060 3000.

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