Year: 2020

35-acre wetland in Prestatyn has been saved for future community use by council

Wetland purchased for Prestatyn A 35-acre wetland in Prestatyn has been saved for community use for generations to come. Denbighshire County Council secured Welsh Government funding to purchase the site known as the Morfa in the centre of Prestatyn to protect its status as a natural wetland resource. The land […]

North Wales Police seize a large amount of cannabis from disused Rhyl property

Windsor Street - Rhyl - googlemaps

Denbighshire and Abergele Coastal officers recovered a large number of cannabis plants as a result of a warrant being executed at a disused property on the junction of Kinmel Street and Windsor Street, Rhyl. During the search early this morning, Wednesday 15th January, officers found sophisticated cannabis grow and a […]

Do something different this January with Denbighshire Libraries

Do something different this January Denbighshire Libraries are challenging you to ‘Do Something Different’ this January, whether it is doing a craft, hobby, sport, or even reading a book. There will be lots of activities in local libraries to help inspire, including arts and crafts demonstrations, book displays, knitting, and […]

Enrichfest 2020: ‘Over the Rainbow’ Official Launch for Denbighshire schools

Denbighshire schoolchildren will be ‘Over the Rainbow’ with a six-month long learning journey. Each year, Denbighshire Curriculum Enrichment Initiative brings an annual themed festival to schools, including competitions, workshops, showcases, takeovers and ‘pop-up’ theatrical performances, to engage children and young people in learning across the curriculum creatively, in new and […]