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Organisers of the annual Rhyl Air Show have hailed the weekend’s event as a great success.
An estimated 140,000 visitors came to the seaside resort on Saturday and Sunday, 30 and 31 August for the aviation extravaganza, organized by Denbighshire County Council, in partnership with Rhyl Town Council and the Royal Air Forces Association.
The event featured spectacular displays throughout Saturday and Sunday, finishing off with a grand finale from the world class Red Arrows. The BBC’s World at War exhibition also formed a major part of the static demonstration at the Events Arena.
Jamie Groves, Denbighshire’s head of Communication, Marketing and Leisure said: ‘We were extremely delighted that so many people came to support this year’s event. It was a great turnout for one of our major events in the Summer calendar, bringing with it huge economic benefits to the county.
“Yet again, we had an impressive line up of aircrafts to entertain the crowds and the weather certainly played its part and there was very much a ‘feel good’ factor around the event.
“The Air Show comes hot on the heels of the Proms on the Prom and Gwyl Ger y Môr festivals staged at the Events Arena the previous weekend. The success of these events shows that Denbighshire is geared up to hosting major events that draw in large crowds and we look forward to emulating this success at future events hosted in Rhyl and county-wide.
“Our attention now turns to the prestigious Tour of Britain and Wiggle Etape Cymru cycling races coming into the county in September.”
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