NEW information boards have been unveiled at locations throughout Denbighshire.
Ken Skates AM, deputy minister for tourism and Ann Jones, AM for Vale of Clwyd, were among those who visited Denbigh to see one of the new town boards, funded by the Welsh Government through the Regional Tourism Engagement Fund, to promote town trails across the county.
They also followed a section of the Denbigh Town Trail.
The project is part of Denbighshire County Council’s commitment to meeting the needs of visitors and local residents and businesses alike and saw the destination, marketing and communication unit redesign their suite of Town Trails in Llangollen, Corwen, Ruthin, Denbigh, St Asaph, Prestatyn and Rhuddlan, including a brand new one produced for Rhyl.
The information boards have been placed in prominent locations within the main towns in the county and have been accompanied by free leaflets which are available from Tourist Information Centres and libraries in Denbighshire.
Councillor Huw Jones, cabinet lead member for community development, said: “We have received a really positive response from the tourism industry and local businesses to the new town trails leaflets.
“We now want to make sure that as many people as possible can access the information and placing the Town Trails boards in prominent locations will be a visual reminder to visitors and residents about the wealth of history, architecture and fascinating stories in our main towns.”
For more information or a free copy of any of the towns contact Denbighshire’s destination, marketing and communications unit on 01824 706072.