Tag: county council

Denbighshire council confirms date of reopening public toilets

Denbighshire County Council has confirmed that public toilets will open next week (Monday 29 June), as part of on-going efforts to support town centres across the county. This week,  non-essential shops in Wales have been given the green light to start operating.  Last week the Council announced that a Task […]

Public asked to stay out of the water at Rhyl’s Marine Lake

Precautionary signs have been placed around Marine Lake in Rhyl, advising people not to enter the water after blue-green marine algae was reported at the location. Blue-Green algae (cyanobacteria) are natural inhabitants of many inland waters, estuaries and the sea. Blue-Green algal blooms produce toxins that can adversely affect human […]

Number of locations in Rhyl to be lit purple for equality and against racism

A number of prominent buildings and locations in Rhyl will be lit up on Wednesday,  June 24th  in a stand for equality and against racism. The initiative, organised Denbighshire County Council, will see the buildings operated by Denbighshire Leisure Ltd, including Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, 1891 and the Sky Tower lit […]

Are you being considerate to neighbours during lockdown?

Be considerate to neighbours during lockdown Denbighshire County Council is asking residents to be considerate to their neighbours during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown. The Council’s Public Protection team has seen an increase in complaints relating to noise nuisance from loud music, televisions and gaming, DIY, dogs barking and other noise. […]

Denbighshire County Council issues statement on children returning to school

Denbighshire County Council has issued a statement in response to the announcement by Welsh Education Minister Kirsty Williams MS today (Wednesday, June 3) that schools will re-open in phases from June 29. The main points of the Minister’s announcement were: It is proposed that all schools will start the next […]