Storm Dennis might seem a distant memory for most by now but not for many in Rhondda Cynon Taff. In February, Storm Dennis hit the UK and flooded 1,000 properties in Rhondda Cynon Taff. Rachael Cox along with many others experienced the worst of Storm Dennis with her house being completely flooded and her car floating in the river which used to be the main road.

Nathaniel Cars has a large customer base in the Rhondda Valleys and upon seeing the horrific images broadcast on national media of the horrendous damage caused to their homes and vehicles Nathaniel cars felt it only right they step in and help. As we all know, many insurance companies couldn’t help these victims with courtesy vehicles due to the demand, so Nathaniel Cars wanted to do their part in getting their customers lives back on track. They decided to offer courtesy cars to ease the pressures of Storm Dennis’ aftereffects.


It’s only now some 3 months later that Mrs Cox has started to have some normality in her life. Her house has finally been refurbished and due to lockdown has only now been able to purchase a new car. Mrs Cox said “My family and I could never have managed to get through the last few months without the help and support from Nathaniel Cars. We had only owned our MG ZS for a few months before it was written off in the floods. When we finally had our insurance money, we didn’t hesitate to choose another MG ZS, we love it!”

General Manager of Nathaniel Cars Nathan Griffiths said “It’s been a difficult 2020 for most of us but even more so the poor flood victims of storm Dennis. We have tried our best to support 9 different families during this difficult few months. We make a promise to all of our customers to be there for you in any way we can and hopefully our actions have proved that. “


Mrs Cox last week taking delivery at home with her new MG ZS .