Prince Charles and his wife Camilla will be making a visit to flood-ravaged Yalding this week.
The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall will be meeting residents affected by the disaster at St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church in the High Street on Wednesday.
Homes remain vacated and are still undergoing refurbishment after the river broke its banks on Christmas Eve, causing widespread damage.
The Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles on a visit to Kent last year. Picture: Chris Davey
Prime Minister David Cameron is among the high profile visitors who have visited the village since.
Their Royal Highnesses will be meeting local business owners to hear how the floods have affected them, as well as Community Resilience, which were sent to help small enterprise owners two days after the floods.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall at the Whitstable RNLI lifeboat station
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall sign the visitors' book at Chatham Historic Dockyard
The group is associated with the Business Emergency Recovery Group at Business in the Community, one of the Prince’s charities.
The royals will visit the owners of Orchard View Classic Garage who specialise in restoring classic cars, some of which were flooded and are now undergoing a specialist drying process.
Waters have previously flooded the Yalding caravan park
Staff evacuating the caravan park. Little Venice Country Park and Marina, Hempstead Lane, Yalding.
Prime Minister David Cameron visits Yalding in the wake of the floods
Flooded Little Venice caravan park in Yalding. Picture: ATEC-3D
They will also meet a local beekeeper whose 16 hives were swept away, and the owners of Teapot Island, whose museum houses over 6,000 teapots.