Around 180 people associated with a primary school in Rhyl will be offered Hepatitis A vaccination following further cases in a local family outbreak of the infection. A vaccination session for around 150 children and around 30 adults at Ysgol Emmanuel will be held on Wednesday 29 November after a child attending the premises was […]Read more ›
Post Tagged with: "children"
Rhyl’s new restaurant 1891 is set to the open its doors on Saturday evening and the menu sounds mouth watering! The 1891, which according to its website is a “contemporary and stylish first floor restaurant and bar located on the waterfront” is under the watchful eye of Head Chef, Aaron Broster who prides himself in […]
The post Rhyl’s 1891 opens this Saturday, have you seen the amazing menu? appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.Read more ›
Police are no longer investigating an incident in Llandyrnog as an attempted abduction. Detectives had been looking for two men and a woman, who were seen driving in a sky blue Renault Clio on Saturday afternoon. They were said to have been involved in an ‘altercation’ with four children. But on Monday evening, police said they had identified the facts of […]Read more ›
Rhyl High School is to close for two days after it emerged cladding used to build its new £25 million home was made by the same firm which provided cladding for the Grenfell Tower. An investigation by Denbighshire County Council has found the external cladding sheet was provided by US firm Arconic, which has since stopped sales of Reynobond PE panels. […]Read more ›
The long standing West Rhyl Marshals scheme, organised by PC Steve Edwards, is back engaging with local children in Rhyl for the 10th year running. The group was set up during the summer holidays back in 2008 with learning new skills and giving back to the community at the heart of the scheme. Funding has been provided by the High […]Read more ›