Tag: welsh

Denbighshire annual rough sleeping count finds only 2 rough sleepers

Results of annual rough sleeping count released Two rough sleepers have been recorded in Denbighshire following an annual monitoring exercise. The two individuals, who were identified as part of the Welsh Government’s National Rough Sleeper Count, were from out of the county and have since been provided with support from […]

35-acre wetland in Prestatyn has been saved for future community use by council

Wetland purchased for Prestatyn A 35-acre wetland in Prestatyn has been saved for community use for generations to come. Denbighshire County Council secured Welsh Government funding to purchase the site known as the Morfa in the centre of Prestatyn to protect its status as a natural wetland resource. The land […]

Do something different this January with Denbighshire Libraries

Do something different this January Denbighshire Libraries are challenging you to ‘Do Something Different’ this January, whether it is doing a craft, hobby, sport, or even reading a book. There will be lots of activities in local libraries to help inspire, including arts and crafts demonstrations, book displays, knitting, and […]

Sound Radio has been awarded an FM community licence by Ofcom

Sound Radio LTD are delighted to announce that they have been awarded and FM community radio licence from Ofcom. The community radio station which is currently based at the Community Resource Centre in Kinmel Bay will broadcast to Kinmel Bay & Towyn, Abergele, Rhyl and surrounding towns and villages in […]

North Wales public helps Sound Radio Wales scoop £200 from ASDA Rhyl

ASDA Green Token Wall

Sound Radio Wales are delighted to announce they have been awarded £200 from the ASDA “Green Token Giving” wall. Back in July 2019 3 community organisation were featured on the ASDA supermarket “Green Token Giving” wall in their store in Kinmel Bay. Customers of ASDA have been voting for which […]

Work starts on hub for entrepreneurs at former Costigan’s pub in Rhyl

Costigan's Pub, Rhyl

Work starts on hub for entrepreneurs A former pub will be transformed into a co-working hub for entrepreneurs. Denbighshire County Council has been awarded funding of £312,000 through the European Regional Development Fund and the Welsh Government to create the office accommodation at the semi-derelict Costigans building on Bodfor Street, […]