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 ›
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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 […]
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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 ›
Bringing extra hotel beds to Denbighshire is the aim for the coming year as tourism in the county is rising, bringing hundreds of millions of pounds into the local economy. Denbighshire County Council’s Tourism Growth Plan has helped contribute to a rise in the number of visitors to the county to 5.86million, a 5.3 per cent increase on […]Read more ›
A Kinmel Bay man who admitted cruelly treating two dogs has been banned from keeping animals for ten years. Nathan Lee Fisher (24) pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to the Akita dogs. ‘Kuma’ was found dead underneath a trampoline, while its mother, Layla, was so skinny, she was described by an inspector as a ”bag of bones”. Police called out […]Read more ›