St. David’s Day Window Competition 2019

St Davids Wish

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Rhuddlan Town Council have worked in partnership with Iorwen Jones, Menter Iaith to arrange a St David’s Day Window display Competition.

The Mayor of Rhuddlan, Gareth Rowlands,  Mayoress Nerys Rowlands and Meira Jones, Rhuddlan Library judged the competition. It was very, very difficult choice to choose the winning window, but after considerable discussion among the judges, and taking into account of ‘Language and Culture’ as the main criteria of the competition the results was made as follows:

Yn 1af –   Wish

Yn 2il  –    Blooming Gorgeous Floristry

Yn 3ydd – Williams Estates

Big thank you to ‘Blooming Gorgeous Floristry’ for the amazing bunch of flowers which was donated to the winner. For more information please go to Menter Iaith Sir Ddinbych facebook page – have a look!!


Clerical Assistant / Minute Clerk Post

Scale SP 12 – 17 for 20 hours per month (this gives a salary of £2,685 to £2,964 at April 2019).

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced persons for the above post. The ability to work accurately through the medium of English is essential. The ability to work accurately through the medium of Welsh is desirable. Computer literacy on Microsoft Office programs is also essential.

The closing date for applications is Thursday 7th of March.

For an application pack or for further information please contact the Town Clerk – tel. 07775 673706 or e-mail



Phone Scams!

Potential Phone Scams selling Telecare equipment
Dear Watch Member,

Conwy and Denbighshire Councils are warning the public to beware of potential phone scams from individuals reportedly selling telecare equipment.

A number of complaints have been received by both councils with some residents reporting they have received cold-calls from individuals selling telecare equipment, but also requesting personal bank details over the phone. Galw Gofal / Care Connect, the North Wales Regional Call Monitoring Service, does not sell telecare equipment and does not cold call to sell equipment. Both Councils are urging residents never to provide bank details to anyone, unless you are completely satisfied the individual is genuine and works for a legitimate organisation. The authorities are also reminding people about the North Wales Buy with Confidence scheme, established in response to worries about rogue traders.  The scheme provides a list of local businesses, that give their commitment to trading fairly. Buy with Confidence is the largest scheme of its kind and continues to expand its geographical coverage. For more visit your local Council website.

Click here to view equipment/resources available to assist older and vulnerable residents

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OWL Cymru
OWL Cymru
Neighbourhood Watch
Tel: 01352 708118