Tag: north wales

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 […]

Rhyl boxing club packs a big punch with cash seized from criminals

A BOXING club which has produced a string of Welsh champions over 30 years will continue to pack a punch – thanks to cash confiscated from criminals. Clwyd Amateur Boxing Club in Rhyl was founded in 1989 by the late Johnny Ritchie, born John Richard Jones, who fought at both […]

Sound Radio awarded £2000 by DVSC to highlight Dementia Awareness in the community

Sound Radio has made a ground-breaking agreement to provide dementia-friendly programming, believed to be a first of its kind in North Wales. Sound Radio Ltd has been awarded £2,000 by Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council to produce two shows highlighting the condition every week over the next year. As well as […]

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 […]

Sound Radio delighted to welcome new sponsor Flower Tops Florist in Rhyl to the station

Sound Radio a delighted to welcome Flower Tops Florist in Rhyl as a brand new sponsor to the radio station. The award winning florist based on High Street. in Rhyl will sponsor our Monday afternoon show “Saving Radio On The North Coast” hosted by the double award winning radio presenter […]

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 […]