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by / on July 1, 2017 at 11:23 am / in Local News & Archive

Consultation begins for new skatepark location and ideas in Rhyl

A consultation has begun on the future whereabouts of the new Rhyl Skate park after fears of it removal due to the plans for the new water park on Rhyl’s promenade. Back in October 2016 many residents and youths in Rhyl took to Facebook to vent their anger of the possible closure of the popular skate park, now council officials […]

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by / on June 14, 2017 at 9:16 pm / in Local News & Archive

Man charged after Rhyl stabbing

A man has been charged after a stabbing near the Rhyl seafront. A 25 year-old man was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after disorder broke out on Water Street at around 3am on Friday 2nd June. Detectives said a 27 year-old local man was charged with knife crime offences, but they are keen to hear from anyone who […]

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by / on April 11, 2017 at 5:14 pm / in Local News & Archive

New Rhyl crackdown on drunken behaviour

New powers for council officers could see fines of up to a thousand pounds for drunk anti-social behaviour in Rhyl town centre. Denbighshire County Council has set up a Public Spaces Protection Order, running from Marsh Road to the promenade, in a bid to crackdown on such behaviour following complaints from residents and businesses. £100 fines will be handed out […]

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by / on April 5, 2017 at 2:33 pm / in Local News & Archive, Rhyl Air Show

Red Arrows return for 2017 Rhyl Air Show

The Red Arrows will once again return to Rhyl this August for the town’s annual air show. The world-famous RAF aerobatic display team have headlined the two-day event since it was launched in 2009 – this year, the Arrows enter their 53rd year of display at air shows across the UK. This year’s air show, being held on Saturday 26th […]

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by / on March 1, 2017 at 1:40 pm / in Conwy News, Local News & Archive

Dismantling work begins at Colwyn Bay pier

Work has started on dismantling the partially collapsed Colwyn Bay pier. Parts of the seaward end of the Grade II listed structure collapsed last month – more damage was caused during last week’s Storm Doris after Conwy County Council voted to carry out emergency work. The council say contractors will disconnect the collapsed section from the pier itself and clear the fallen […]

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