Tag: welsh

Future plans for retail, food and market space at Rhyl’s Queen’s Buildings

Plans for retail, food and market space for Rhyl’s Queen’s Buildings Rhyl’s Queen’s Buildings are set to become a pivotal piece in the ongoing regeneration of the town. Denbighshire County Council is working with private sector development partners to consider how to transform the site into a vibrant mix of […]

Listen again – Community Voice with special guest Ann Jones AM

Anne Jones AM with Paul and Andrea at Sound Radio - Community Voice

Ann Jones Assembly Member joined Andrea and Paul today on Community Voice as they discussed Rhyl regeneration along with the local and national news. Ann Jones has recently been reselected by the Labour Party as the candidate for the Vale of Clwyd at the next National Assembly election. Welsh Labour […]

Things to do during the Easter Holiday’s in North Wales

There a lots events going on during the Easter holidays in North Wales, maybe you’re looking for something to do with the kids or maybe you are visiting the area on holiday. Check out our guide to events that are taking place in the Sound Radio Wales area from now […]

North Wales’ most exciting attraction the SC2 in Rhyl set to open its doors to the public

Final countdown to the opening of SC2, North Wales’ most exciting attraction The countdown is on for SC2, North Wales’ most exciting attraction, which is opening its doors to the public this Friday. Over the last 3 weeks, SC2 has welcomed over 5,000 local people to try the adventure centre […]

Deputy Minister Officially Opens Canolfan Dinorben in Abergele

Deputy Minister Officially Opens Canolfan Dinorben Canolfan Dinorben, the new family centre in Abergele, was officially opened by Deputy Minister for Health and Social Services Julie Morgan this week (28/03/19).The centre was awarded nearly £470,000 in Welsh Government funding to transform the former Ysgol Emrys ap Iwan Foundation school building. […]

Rhyl regeneration takes step forward with purchase of Queens Buildings

Rhyl regeneration takes step forward with purchase of buildings Denbighshire County Council has completed the purchase of Rhyl’s Queens Buildings. The purchase of the former Savoy Hotel and Queens Market buildings forms part of the Council’s wider regeneration work in the town, and was funded by a grant from Welsh […]