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 ›
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Leading ferry company, Stena Line, is set for a cracking Easter on its Irish Sea routes with almost 90,000 people hopping onboard and upwards of 21,000 vehicles making journeys over the busy Easter period*. Stena Line’s ships are more like modern-day hotels with lots to see and do, explained Diane Poole OBE, Head of PR and Communications, Stena Line: […]Read more ›
A new discount fashion brand for the High Street arrives in Rhyl town centre next Friday. Five jobs have been created with the launch of Pep & Co at the town’s Poundland shop. Work has been taking place over the past several weeks on transforming part of the budget store into a ‘shop-in-shop’. Fifty stores were opened within fifty days during the […]Read more ›
A new discount fashion store is on its way to Rhyl. Pep & Co will take over part of the town’s Poundland shop as part of plans to open ten ‘shop-in-shops’ across the UK. Five jobs are set to be created when the chain opens on the High Street next February. Fifty Pep & Co stores were opened within fifty […]Read more ›
Denbighshire County Council’s efforts to support young people who are in foster care has been recognised at a national industry awards ceremony. The British Association of Social Work Cymru held their Social Work awards at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay recently and awarded a Certificate of Achievement to the Council in recognition of their work with Looked After Children. […]Read more ›