Work on the first phase of Rhyl’s new Marina Quay development has been completed. Four key brands – The Range, Farmfoods, Greggs and Poundworld – are set to open at the new £23.4 million development later in the summer. But fast food giant Burger King has pulled out – developers Scarborough International Properties said plans to open a branch had […]Read more ›
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Up to a thousand fish are believed to have died after slurry leaked from a lagoon near the River Clwyd. The leak was discovered at a farm in the Afon Bach in Tremeirchion on Friday. Restrictions on swimming at two beaches in Rhyl have now been lifted following water tests by Natural Resources Wales. Denbighshire County Council had put signs […]Read more ›
Prestatyn Central’s beach has retained its Blue Flag status in this year’s Wales Coast Awards. The beach is among a record fifty sites in Wales – and the only one in Denbighshire – to receive the prestigious status for the highest water quality and safety. Two other beaches in the area – Sandy Cove in Kinmel Bay and Pensarn beach in […]Read more ›
The body of a man has been found on a Prestatyn beach. Police and the Coastguard cordoned off part of Ffrith Beach and the car park of the North Wales Bowls Centre – they were called to the scene at just after 6.35am on Friday morning. Crime scene investigators were also at the scene of the discovery but the man’s death is […]Read more ›
Exciting proposals for a brand new waterpark in Rhyl have moved a step closer, with the planning application for the ambitious leisure attraction now submitted for consideration. Members of Denbighshire County Council formally supported the Waterpark proposal earlier this year – with the Council, Rhyl Town Council and Welsh Government providing financial support for the development. The proposal is for […]Read more ›