Storm Dennis wreaked havoc across Wales over the weekend with hundred's of peoples homes and businesses completely destroyed.

The storm was declared a major incident by police with a month's worth of rain fell in 48 hours, flooding town centres and bursting river banks.

With towns and villages already in ruin - and hundreds of people evacuated from their homes -  the Met Office has warned that further rainfall is expected throughout the week.

Now, recovery operations from the weekend already well underway; with communities banding together to clear water and debris as quickly as possible.

Between donations, fundraisers, online campaigns and refuge centres , recovery operations from the weekend are already well underway - with people helping family, friends and neighbours get back on their feet.

Here's a list of just some of the ways you can help those affected by Storm Dennis

Donations

As well as the hundreds evacuated from their homes over the weekend, many people have been left with severe damage to their properties from several feet of flood water.

Donations for food, clothes, toiletries and blankets are being collected for those affected up and down the country - as well as cleaning products  and heaters to help combat the aftermath of the damage.

Aberdulais - Royal British Legion, Canalside Aberdulais, SA10 8ET.

Donations of Food, clothes, cleaning supplies, baby formula and household supplies are being collected in Aberdulais - one of the worst affected areas of Storm Dennis.

Donations can be made every day between 7.00pm and 11.00pm, Friday 2.00pm to midnight and Sunday 10.30am to 10.30pm. The centre is closed on Saturday.

Organisers are also coordinating a delivery service for those who cannot get to the centre. More information can be found on their Facebook page.

Taff's Well -  Taffs Well Village Hall, 83 Cardiff Rd, Taff's Well, Cardiff CF15 7PL

Taff's Well village hall are asking for cleaning products, kitchen items, microwaves, kettles and toasters.

All classes in the hall have been cancelled this week and the hall is being used solely for donations between from 8.00am to 8.00pm every day.

More information here.

Pontypridd & Treforest - Treforest Community Centre, Kingsland Terrace & Treforest football club, White Tips stadium Pontypridd

Centres across Pontypridd have been inundated with donations but are still looking was cleaning and washing supplies.

While they are running out of space for donations, they are encouraging victims to come and collect what they need and help deliver to those who cannot reach the centres.

More information of what can be donated or picked up here.

Sion Street was completely flooded on Sunday morning from Storm Dennis

Online fundraisers

Thousands of pounds have been donated across Wales for those affected by the floods. This money will be used to help fund repairs, provide financial aid for those affected by the storm and help replace lost items.

While online fundraisers have been set up for individual cases, here are some which cover entire communities.

Rhondda MP Chris Bryant has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for those affected by the floods, you can find that here. Plaid Cymru AM Leanne Wood has also set a fundraising page up too, donate to that, here.

The Pontypridd flooding relief fund can be found on Crowdfunder.

In Aberdulais, AM Bethan Sayed has set up a page for those affected in the eath valley.

Live fundraising events

A number of events have been set up for the coming weeks to raise funds for flood victims, there are just some:

The Moon club in Cardiff has set up five fundraising gigs for those affected by the flooding over the following weeks. Dates and details of each can be found here.

In Pontypridd Clwb Y Bont, which has extensive flood damage is raising money for repairs.


The Pontypridd flooding relief fund can be found on Crowdfunder and there are various events going on to support this, such as a quiz at the Bunch of Grapes on Thursday, February 20.

Rhondda Pride organisers are putting on a fundraising concert on Saturday, February 29. Tickets are £5 and the event will start at 3pm and the New Inn in Ton Pentre.

Around 50 neighbours turned up to help those who had been devastated by the floods

A charity Quiz has been set up at the Bunch of Grapes in Pontypridd on Thursday, February 20.

And in Ynyswen, The Baglan B&B will be putting on a charity night this weekend, on Sunday, February 23.