Everyone is welcome to come along to the singing sessions which start at 1pm and run until 2-30 pm in Rhuddlan Library. They are free of charge and you get tea/coffee and biscuits. The next session is 16th April and every 2 weeks after that.
Many thanks to the volunteers who helped with planting of hedges in Vicarage Lane, a project led by Cllr Gareth Smith.
Thanks also to Cllr Syd Gaskin for taking the photo!
April 2, 16 & 30 in the Library.
For more information click here
Volunteers required for litter picking around Aldi on 30th March, 9.30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Meet at Rhuddlan Community Centre for 9.30 a.m.
Refreshments available after the litter pick
Dear Watch Member,
Don’t make it easy for thieves. Always take the key out of the lock and keep it in a safe place – do not leave keys in reach of a letterbox, a cat flap, or on view through a letterbox
We have sneak alarms and letterbox guard plates available to help prevent this type of crime at a special price – contact us for details.
Take advantage of our ‘Mad March’ Offer. Buy a shed alarm and Ultimate Property marker pen for £10.00 – should be £12.50. Visit our website for more information https://www.owlprotectcymru.org/specialoffers
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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!!