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Latest articles from Stephanie Price

Anger as Prestatyn play area is used as rubbish dump

A PRIMARY school’s deputy head was angry after rubbish had been fly-tipped on land near the children’s playing area. Staff at Bodnant Community School in Prestatyn discovered a number of rubbish bags, a baby chair and a pram dumped on school property.

Golden days of rock'n'roll relived in Rhyl Pavilion show

ROCK ‘n’ Roll Paradise, a show promising to take audiences on a rock and roll ride through the 1950s and 60s, is coming to the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre. The cast will bring to life the spirit of the rock’n’roll era, reminding you why this music has stood the test of time.

Rhyl schoolgirl's hair chop is twin boost for charity

A YOUNG girl has had her long locks cut in aid of the Little Princess Trust. After having the chop, Eight-year-old Evie Garrett was not only able to hand over her hair to the trust – which provides real-hair wigs free of charge to children across the UK and Ireland, who have lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses – but also pass on over £300 she has raised through sponsorship.

Residents' fury over mess left by travellers in Kinmel Bay

RESIDENTS say they are furious after widespread rubbish and mess was been left behind following the departure of a group of travellers. A smashed up caravan, tons of rubbish, dog faeces and tree cuttings have been left scattered at the back of the Bay Industrial Park near to Denbigh Circle in Kinmel Bay.

Judging time for Wales in Bloom hopefuls

JUDGES have visited Rhuddlan to deliver their verdict for the Wales in Bloom awards. The visitors checked out the floral displays by the Rhuddlan Environment Group (REG) as part of the Royal Horticultural Society’s It’s Your Neighbourhood competition.