Businesses affected by flooding brought on by Storm Dennis can set up a temporary home at Caerphilly-based co-working space Welsh ICE.
The centre on Caerphilly Business park, which is home to several businesses including Caerphilly Observer, is offering free temporary use of its facilities.
Campus Director Jamie McGowan said the Welsh ICE community were keen to help.
He said: “We’ve got a few vacant offices in our Lodge building at the moment that are all furnished and have internet access, so it only made sense to offer them to local businesses who may be looking for somewhere to base themselves while they figure out the next steps.
“We’ve also got plenty of space in our co-working areas for the one or two people teams so that even though their own offices may be out of action, they can stay open for business.
“Community is hugely important to us at Welsh ICE, and that extends across the valleys and the surrounding areas.
“We’d urge any businesses or individuals, who perhaps work from home, that have been affected by the floods, to give us a call – we’ve got the tea and coffee on and are happy to give them a free home until they are back on their feet.”
For more information contact Welsh ICE on 02920 140 040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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