Year: 2021

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Shining a light for those who lost their lives to Covid-19 Denbighshire Leisure Ltd lights Rhyl attractions yellow to recognise those who lost their lives to Covid 19. On Tuesday 23rd March, one year since the first national lockdown began, Denbighshire Leisure Ltd will light Rhyl promenade in yellow to recognise those who lost their […]

Joint working on new legislation regarding smoking on hospital grounds Residents are being informed about new Wales-wide legislation regarding smoking on hospital grounds. Denbighshire County Council and Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are working in partnership to remind residents that hospital grounds, as well as school grounds, public playgrounds, outdoor day care and child-minding settings, […]

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 […]

Craig K was joined on the phone by Vicci Holbrook-Hughes on Monday 23rd March 2021 during his afternoon show to talk about NSPCC Childline. The charity are currently on the look out for new volunteers to join their call centre team in Prestatyn. Take a listen to the full interview below where Vicci discusses how […]

A new scheme has been launched to provide a fresh start for 30 unemployed young people who have suffered most during the pandemic. In North Wales the Gateway Kickstart programme will provide six-month job placements for 16 to 25-year-olds via a new partnership. It includes Mochdre-based Creating Enterprise who are working with housing associations Cartrefi […]

Denbighshire public conveniences to re-open Denbighshire County Council is informing residents it is re-opening public conveniences on Wednesday, March 17. The Council made the decision to close public toilets in January to keep public convenience staff and residents safe. The Council has undertaken an extensive clean and maintenance check of the county’s 21 public convenience […]

A police boss and two abuse charities are urging men in North Wales to do more to help women feel safe in the wake of the abduction and murder of Sarah Everard. North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones, the Domestic Abuse Safety Unit North Wales and the Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre […]

Three exciting new developments on Rhyl waterfront have been unveiled by Denbighshire Leisure Ltd. The brand new outdoor eatery The Terrace at 1891, the Rhyl Pavilion ‘Costa’ cafe and a new gourmet Fish and Chips takeaway on the promenade are set to open this Summer in Rhyl. Following on from the success of the hugely […]

Conwy County Borough Council upgrade popular footpaths  Conwy County Borough Council has upgraded three popular public footpaths with grant money from Welsh Government. The Council received a grant of £115,670 from Welsh Government’s Access Improvement scheme to improve footpaths. A significant proportion of the grant was used to carry out repairs to an unstable footpath […]

Pilot scheme for road safety at Rhyl school Denbighshire County Council is launching a pilot scheme at a Rhyl school to improve road safety and reduce air pollution. The School Streets project will see a temporary road closure outside Ysgol Llywelyn between 8.30am and 9.15am and 2.30pm and 3.30pm. The closure will run between March […]


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