Post Tagged with: "local"

by / on November 23, 2017 at 5:05 pm / in Local News & Archive

Denbighshire has launched its Christmas shopping video … What do you think ?

Denbighshire County Council has released its festive shopping clip to promote the wide range of products available on the county’s high streets. You can view the video below: The two-minute video features a host of traders highlighting what is available in Denbighshire with scenes filmed in all eight of the county’s towns. Leader of Denbighshire, […]

The post Denbighshire has launched its Christmas shopping video … What do you think ? appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on November 14, 2017 at 2:02 pm / in Local News & Archive

Rhyl’s new 1891 restaurant weeks away from opening

Work on Rhyl’s flagship new restaurant 1891 is nearing completion with the opening just weeks away. The restaurant, located at the town’s Pavilion Theatre, will open on December 1, offering high-quality food and drink in a stylish environment and will be open to theatre-goers, residents and visitors. It will form part of the wider regeneration […]

The post Rhyl’s new 1891 restaurant weeks away from opening appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on November 13, 2017 at 7:03 pm / in Local News & Archive

Rhyl Lifeboat to hold RNLI Fish Supper Night

Rhyl RNLI volunteers are excited to announce a new Fish Supper to be held at Rhyl RNLI Lifeboat Station to help raise funds towards their new Shannon class lifeboat. The event will take place on Saturday 25th November 2017 at 7pm at Rhyl Lifeboat Station. Tickets are available for a minimum donation of £5 and […]

The post Rhyl Lifeboat to hold RNLI Fish Supper Night appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on November 7, 2017 at 3:30 pm / in Local News & Archive

Welsh Government approach Conwy Council for a series of ‘major events’

The Welsh Government’s major events unit has approached Conwy County Council to see if it could work to secure high-profile events for north Wales. Major events which could include an international music concert and international cycling event  can incur expensive hosting fees, so help from local authorities could support the events financially. Conwy Council which […]

The post Welsh Government approach Conwy Council for a series of ‘major events’ appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on November 6, 2017 at 3:33 pm / in Local News & Archive

Greenfield Place, Rhyl parking charges update

Denbighshire County Council has clarified its position in relation to issues with parking at the Greenfield Place car park in Rhyl. In October, agents acting on behalf of the site owners applied to remove a planning agreement already in place whereby the car park was available free of charge to the public, irrespective of whether […]

The post Greenfield Place, Rhyl parking charges update appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on November 3, 2017 at 1:40 pm / in Local News & Archive

X Factor’s Reggie & Bollie to turn on Rhyl’s Christmas lights

The festive countdown has begun in Rhyl as the date and line up for the official Christmas light switch on has been announced. The town will shimmer and sparkle when the Christmas lights are illuminated on December 2nd and Reggie ‘n’ Bollie, X-Factor finalists will join Rhyl Town Mayor Councillor Alan James to start the […]

The post X Factor’s Reggie & Bollie to turn on Rhyl’s Christmas lights appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on October 26, 2017 at 4:25 pm / in Local News & Archive

Police investigation into distraction burglary in Kinmel Bay

North Wales Police are investigating after a distraction burglary in Kinmel Bay on Tuesday 24th October. Investigating Officer PC Nick Ellis at Abergele Police Station said ‘Sometime between 12 noon and 1pm on Tuesday 24th October two men carried out a distraction burglary in Old Foryd Road, Kinmel Bay.   They drove to the address in […]

The post Police investigation into distraction burglary in Kinmel Bay appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on October 23, 2017 at 11:38 am / in Local News & Archive

Denbighshire County Council’s Chief Executive Dr Mohammed Mehmet to step down

Denbighshire County Council’s Chief Executive, Dr Mohammed Mehmet has announced that he will stand down from his role in April 2018. He joined Denbighshire in late 2007 as an interim Corporate Director for Lifelong Learning before successfully being appointed Chief Executive. Dr Mehmet, said: “My reason for leaving is simply that I believe it’s time […]

The post Denbighshire County Council’s Chief Executive Dr Mohammed Mehmet to step down appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on October 23, 2017 at 11:28 am / in Local News & Archive

North Wales Police release downloadable Halloween safety posters

North Wales Police are urging people to stay safe and respect your neighbours during Halloween and the Bonfire night period. Advice on “Trick or Treating” and setting of fireworks have also been published to their website as well as Halloween posters to identify which houses to visit in the neighbourhood, you can read the advice […]

The post North Wales Police release downloadable Halloween safety posters appeared first on Sound Radio Wales – Radio for North Wales.

Read more ›
by / on October 13, 2017 at 4:49 pm / in Local News & Archive, News

Merseyside man arrested in Rhyl drugs raid

North Wales Police’s continued campaign targeting those who supply and distribute controlled drugs in Denbighshire continued today when local Police executed a Misuse of Drugs Act search warrant in Edward Henry Street Rhyl and seized a substantial quantity of cash and drugs paraphernalia. Sgt William Jones at Rhyl Police Station said, “Following the execution of […]

The post Merseyside man arrested in Rhyl drugs raid appeared first on .

Read more ›




77 queries in 1.996 seconds.