On behalf of Denbighshire County Council, the Chairman Cllr Meirick Lloyd Davies and the Leader, Cllr Hugh Evans are thanking residents for their efforts on the anniversary of the first UK-wide lockdown Cllr Hugh Evans OBE, Leader of the Council, said: “It has been a very difficult 12 months since the first UK national lockdown […]

St. Asaph VP School closed to all pupils Following a potential Covid-19 case at St. Asaph VP School, the school will be closed while pupils and staff isolate. The school plans to reopen on Monday, March 8. The school will be closed to all pupils, including those considered to be vulnerable learners or learners who […]

Reminder of rules as cases continue to drop in Denbighshire Coronavirus cases in Denbighshire are continuing to fall during the current lockdown. For the period between January 26 and February 1 there were 112 new cases in the county and as of January 31 the case rate was 148.4 per 100,000. Residents who have completed […]

Council supports county’s Covid testing centre Denbighshire County Council is informing residents in Denbigh and surrounding areas that a Covid-19 testing centre opened in the town on Wednesday, January 6. The testing centre is based in the car park at the council offices at Caledfryn and will operate between 9.30am and 3.30pm with no appointments […]

Residents thanked for efforts during pandemic Denbighshire County Council is thanking residents for their efforts to battle the spread of coronavirus this year and is urging people to follow Welsh Government regulations at Christmas. It comes as the Welsh Government moved the country into alert level 4 on December 20. Cllr Hugh Evans OBE, Leader […]

Primary schools to close in Denbighshire Following discussion with all of its schools, Denbighshire County Council has taken the decision to close all of its primary schools, special schools and pupil referral units from Wednesday (December 16) for face to face learning. This follows the Welsh Government decision to move all secondary schools and colleges […]

Reminder of coronavirus guidance for Christmas events Organisers of Christmas events are being reminded to take extra precautions due to coronavirus restrictions. Under Welsh Government guidance, Christmas activities such as winter wonderlands, light shows, reindeer trails and other similar activities are highly likely to constitute an event under coronavirus restrictions. Following restrictions brought in on […]

Coronavirus – schools update from Denbighshire   A total of 237 pupils and no staff at Rhyl High School will be required to self-isolate until November 30 following a confirmed Covid 19 case associated with the school. At Ysgol Ysgol Dinas Bran, Llangollen, 210 pupils and 1 member of staff will be required to self-isolate […]

A walk-in test centre has opened in Rhyl to make it easier for members of the public to get a test closer to home. Test are only available by appointment using the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board website. The walk-in testing centre is located on Quay Street car park, near the blue bridge. An appointment for a test […]

A new and simpler set of national rules will apply once the Wales-wide firebreak lockdown comes to an end at 00:01 on Monday November 9 2020. The new national measures include: The need to maintain two metre social distancing and wear face masks in enclosed public places, including on public transport and taxis, will continue The requirement […]

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