Tag: cymru

Learn about #PlasticFreeRhyl and the water bottle “Refill in Rhyl” scheme

Today Keith Jones from Surfers Against Sewage in Rhyl (SASIR) and Rhyl Town Council came into the Sound Radio Wales studio to talk about plastic awareness and how we can reduce the amount of plastic used in the area, especially on the beach. You can listen again to the full interview […]

Have a look at the fantastic range of activities on offer in Prestatyn

Prestatyn Town Council have a fantastic range of activities and events for the public, these range from Walking, Nordic walking, Cycling, Social Bowling, Walking Football, Social Ballroom, easy Circuit class, Men’s sheds and table tennis.  Walking and cycling is free. They also have a Mind Music session every Wednesday for people […]

Six North Wales Councils join forces to fight homelessness

Six North Wales Councils join forces to fight homelessness  The six counties of North Wales, have joined in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Housing Cymru, to publish People, Homes and Services: A regional approach to tackling homelessness in North Wales.  The six local authorities are: Conwy County Council Denbighshire County […]

Denbighshire’s 5 year Corporate Plan already improving the lives of residents

Denbighshire’s Corporate Plan improving the lives of residents A five-year plan to improve the lives of Denbighshire residents is already having an impact. Denbighshire County Council’s Corporate Plan will see £135million of investment in key areas aimed at benefiting the county. Projects include building new council houses, investing in transport […]

Denbighshire County Council remains as one of the best performing authorities in Wales

Denbighshire County Council remains as one of the best performing authorities in Wales The Public Accountability Measures 2017-18 published by Data Cymru, on behalf of the Welsh Local Government Association, shows that Denbighshire ranks sixth out of the 22 councils in Wales. The data enables local authorities to present their […]