WALES’ Health Minister was full of praise for young people’s artwork when he visited a medical centre.
The works gracing the walls at Clarence House Medical Centre on West Kinmel Street, Rhyl have been created by year nine pupils at Rhyl High School.
Vaughan Gething dropped into the centre to admire the display.
Dr Simon Dobson, senior partner at the practice, said: “We approached [Rhyl High] head of creative arts Charlotte Pilbean and asked if the pupils would be interested in producing some paintings to reflect our local area and wildlife to display in our waiting areas. We were met with great enthusiasm.
“Over the last few years both Clarence Medical Centre and Rhyl High have had wonderful new premises to work and learn from.
“It’s been an absolute pleasure to see how talented our young people are.
“Vaughan Gething met with Dr Lisa Williams and was very impressed by the standard of work.”