Category: Denbighshire County Council

Free school meals payments to continue over the holidays

Denbighshire County Council is informing parents and guardians of arrangements being made to pay for free school meals throughout the summer holidays. Over recent years, the Council has put in place a system where it provides payments instead of free school meals, with £19.50 being paid to parents or guardians, per child per week. So far,…

Ella Henderson announced as special guest to Tom Grennan’s Huge Outdoor show at Rhyl Events Arena this Summer

Ella Henderson is today announced as a special guest to Tom Grennan at Rhyl Events Arena on July 10, 2022. The popular singer and song-writer who started her successful career on X Factor is supporting the release of her 2nd album, ‘Everything I Didn’t Say’, following the extraordinary breakthrough success of her Platinum-selling, UK No. 1…

Work to demolish an unsafe building on Rhyl High Street is nearing completion.

The demolition of 123-125 High Street has been undertaken to secure the site following a survey by structural engineers who deemed the building unsafe and a danger to the public. Progress on the demolition means the Lower High Street is now open to traffic. Contractors Wye Valley Construction carried out demolition works on behalf of…

Public Space Protection Order goes live

Denbighshire County Council has today launched a Public Space Protection order (PSPO) to ensure dog owners control their pets properly whilst using county public areas. The PSPO launched following a full consultation, will allow the Council to take action against owners who allow their dogs to foul in an area of public land without cleaning…

Demolition work has resumed on Queen’s Buildings in Rhyl

Work to demolish the Queen’s Buildings has resumed following a slight pause. The demolition was temporarily put on hold whilst structural engineers and contractors worked to determine the safe demolition of the remaining buildings and the removal of asbestos. Although the project has made positive progress, with just over half of the buildings already demolished,…

Rhyl Brickfields Pond ‘Snake Rock’ is now a permanent piece of artwork

The Brickfields Pond Snake Rock was a project led by Denbighshire County Council’s Countryside Services in the summer of 2020. This event was run by the service, environmental artist Tim Pugh, and local residents in support of the NHS to lift community spirits during the global pandemic. Rocks were painted by local residents and used…

Pause in demolition of Queen’s Buildings in Rhyl

Demolition works on the Queen’s Buildings in Rhyl are currently on hold whilst the contractors work with structural engineers to determine how to ensure the safe demolition of the remaining buildings. Denbighshire County Council appointed contractors Wye Valley Demolition in January and since then the demolition work has been progressing well with just over half…

Measures introduced to stop anti-social behaviour at Rhyl’s Botanical Gardens

Denbighshire County Council has taken action following reports of incidents of anti- social behaviour at the Botanical Gardens in Rhyl. Following a recent increase in incidents at the gardens, the Council has commissioned the service of a local security company to patrol the park and lock the gates at 10pm each evening and reopen at 8am. Tony Ward,…