Communities are surveying the damage as the clean-up continues following the worst flooding for 30 years in parts of Wales. Many rivers burst their banks during Storm Callum, prompting Natural Resources Wales to pledge a review of flood defences. A 21-year-old man was killed after a landslip and many homes and businesses were flooded as Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and south Powys bore the brunt of the storm on Friday and over the weekend. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) said 80 properties flooded across south west Wales and led to major disruption of businesses and transport across the whole of the country. “There will be a lot of towns and communities calling for new flood defences who at the moment don’t have that. “There is certainly a lot of work for us, the Welsh Government and local authorities to undertake over the coming months.” First Minister Carwyn Jones said NRW’s review will decide whether “there needs to be a rejigging of priorities in terms of where the work is done in the future”. Environment Minister Hannah Blythyn said: “My sympathies go out to all those who have been flooded over this weekend and in particular to ...