A new headquarters for Prestatyn’s primary healthcare service opens on Monday. The former Denbighshire County Council offices at Ty Nant is the new home for Healthy Prestatyn Iach, which replaced two surgeries in April last year. The Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board says services would move from the former Pendyffryn practice, but branch surgeries will kept open in Meliden, Fynnongroyw and Rhuddlan, where […]Read more ›
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Here’s a detailed breakdown of results for the city, town and community council elections in the Point FM area. Not all councils held polls on Thursday as candidates had already been elected unopposed. In Denbighshire, these included St Asaph, Ruthin, Trefnant, Bodelwyddan, Dyserth, Henllan and Bodfari. DENBIGHSHIRE: RHYL TOWN COUNCIL Total number of seats LABOUR: 17 (-3) CONSERVATIVE: 4 (+2) […]Read more ›
A Meliden man has been charged following an assault outside a flat on Rhyl High Street. Damian Wilding appeared before magistrates in Wrexham on Wednesday morning, accused of aggravated burglary following the incident on Monday. A local man in his twenties was left with serious but not life threatening injuries after he was attacked by a group of men. It’s […]Read more ›
Councillors have rejected controversial plans to build 133 new homes on farmland in Meliden. Penrhyn Homes had wanted to build housing at Mindale Farm, just off Ffordd Hendre, but opponents – including Prestatyn Town Council – said the local road network would not be able to cope with extra traffic. The proposals had been recommended for approval by Denbighshire County Council […]Read more ›
A decision is expected this week on controversial plans to build 133 homes on farmland in Meliden. Proposals by Penrhyn Homes to build housing at Mindale Farm, just off Ffordd Hendre, have been recommended for approval by Denbighshire County Council. But opponents – including Prestatyn Town Council – say the local road network would not be able to cope with […]Read more ›