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Funding allocated for crime prevention interventions and to improve parking in West Rhyl

Funding allocated for crime prevention interventions and to improve parking in West Rhyl Last year Denbighshire County Council, The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner, North Wales Police and Clwyd Alyn Housing, made a successful bid to the Home Office Safer Streets Fund and were allocated £517,000. The Safer […]

A Tasty Celebration for Denbighshire school children on St David’s Day

A Tasty Celebration for St David’s Day Although this year’s St David’s Day celebrations were different due to coronavirus restrictions, Denbighshire Education and Children’s Services, in partnership with Denbighshire School Meals Service, organised a cooking challenge for children, young people and their families. The competition gave children the chance to […]

No evidence of former Little Venice attraction within Queen’s Building

Denbighshire County Council will continue to preserve Historical Assets within The Queen’s Building’s Residents are being reassured that Denbighshire County Council has found no evidence of Little Venice within Queen’s Buildings and it will continue to preserve historical elements of the buildings still intact. Since the council took over the […]

Residents given guidance on disposing of personal protective equipment

Residents given guidance on disposing of personal protective equipment Denbighshire residents are being asked to dispose of single-use personal protective equipment (PPE), such as face coverings, in their non-recyclable waste container. The COVID-19 pandemic has seen an increase in the volume of single-use face coverings and other PPE, which cannot […]

Thank you to Denbighshire residents for exercising from home

Thank you to Denbighshire residents for exercising from home Residents in Denbighshire are being thanked for following exercise from home guidance. Welsh Government regulations state you must exercise locally unless there is a reason, such as a health condition or mobility issue, that would require driving to the nearest convenient […]

Work on transforming a former pub into a co-working hub for entrepreneurs has been completed

Work on transforming a former pub into a co-working hub for entrepreneurs has been completed Denbighshire County Council used £312,000 of funding through the European Regional Development Fund and the Welsh Government to create the office accommodation at the semi-derelict Costigan’s building on Bodfor Street, Rhyl. Accommodation for around 20 […]