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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 […]

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 […]

Information on schools reopening in Denbighshire

Information on schools reopening in Denbighshire Face to face learning will resume for foundation phase pupils in Denbighshire from Wednesday, February 24th at the earliest. This follows the recent announcement by the Welsh Government that pupils aged between aged 3 and 7 will return to face to face learning. The […]

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 […]