Author: Big Al

Letitia Spencer from Walk and Talk North Wales  joined the team on the community forum. Letitia not only organizes walks around the North Wales Coast for help with mental well-being,  she also travels the world helping in schools with underprivileged children. She has recently returned from Uganda and is traveling to Cameroon soon to continue […]

Success For Towyn This Easter… But What About the Traffic? Motorists over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend brought Towyn Road to a standstill on Easter Sunday. Most of the traffic is due to queuing traffic entering Tir Prince Market. Towyn normally attracts nearly 30,000 visitors over busy weekends like these and causes a nuisance to […]

Our team was joined by Marianne Tomkins who runs 2 local rounders teams and a legue in Rhyl. This league was founded in 1971 by Marianne’s mother who is still the president! Ages range from 11 to Aal ages! Boy’s and Men are also welcome to play and join its all fun for all the […]

We were joined by Sian and Will  from St. Kentigern Hospice. They told us about the amount of money required to run St Kentigern for a year (in the region of £3m). They told us about the numerous events happening throughout 2024 and these can be found on their  St Kentigern Social Media These include […]

Local business owner Kelly Evans has been busy organizing the Sunday Social Walks and managing to do some fundraising for Claire House children’s hospice as well. The walks take place on Sundays and start at The Blue Lion in Cwm. On the EatTrainLive Social Media they said: “EatTrainLive in collaboration with The Blue Lion Cwm, encourages our […]

The popular music festival that is  Rhuddfest  is set to return this summer. The festival has some really exciting promises with Parachute displays , Pleasure Flights, and a great lineup of Music on multiple stages. The date has been set and Gates open on June 21st with a summer solstice fire party in the evening […]

To all walkers/ countryside usersIf you happen to come across a sheep lying on its back with its legs up, it is ‘cast’. Please be so kind as to tip/roll it back over; if left like this they can die as they cannot get up. This is especially important this time of year as most […]

Overflowing Dog Bins in Park after Council Tax Rise Abergele residents have taken to social media to show their frustration of the latest Council Tax rise. Only to see bins overflowing in the local park. The local Group Hysbysfwrdd Abergele Noticeboard shared a post Phil Jones Said: “So council tax goes up, service goes down, […]

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