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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Rhyl’s two Catholic schools will be closed and replaced by a new £24 million ”all through” school. Councillors voted on Tuesday to approve plans to replace Ysgol Mair and Blessed Edward Jones High – the new school, for three to 16 year-old pupils, is due to open in September 2019. A public consultation on the plans, launched in February, found only […]Read more ›
Denbighshire County Council is giving advance warning of essential roadworks scheduled to take place along the A525 at The Roe, St Asaph in early May. Resurfacing works are due to begin on Monday, May 8th for approximately three weeks. The resurfacing works will be carried out under convoy arrangements, which means that the road can remain open. Contractors […]Read more ›
Exciting proposals for a brand new waterpark in Rhyl have moved a step closer, with the planning application for the ambitious leisure attraction now submitted for consideration. Members of Denbighshire County Council formally supported the Waterpark proposal earlier this year – with the Council, Rhyl Town Council and Welsh Government providing financial support for the development. The proposal is for […]Read more ›
Wales has hit its target for maximising the use of £1.8bn EU funds under the 2007-13 programmes, Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford said. (Monday 10 April 2017) (Finance10 April 2017Brexit) And Wales has invested £1.33bn – 65% – of the £2bn EU structural funds allocation as part of the 2014-20 programmes. The Welsh Government has submitted its final claim to the […]Read more ›