AN evening of top quality music will help to raise money for a worthy cause at the end of the month.

The Denbigh mayor's charity concert will take place on the evening of Saturday, February 29.

It will be held at Denbigh Town Hall, starting at 7.30pm.

Providing the entertainment on the night are the Denbigh and District Male Voice Choir, Joe Tully, Kate Griffiths and Dafydd Wyn Jones.

Doors will open at 7pm, with the concert getting underway at 7.30pm.

Tickets are priced at £10 and they are available from Denbigh Chocolate Shop or Siop Clwyd.

A horrible and humorous event will open a popular series next month.

The Denbigh heritage lecture series will return for 2020, with the opening event taking place at Denbigh Town Hall on February 20.

The topic for the opening evening will be 'Horrible, Humorous History of Denbigh' by Clwyd Wynne.

Read all about it on February 27!

'Local news from the 1870s' will be the title of the lecture supplied by Gwyn Jones at the town hall.

On the evening of March 5, it's the turn of Sadie Jarrett to take centre stage with her lecture entitled 'the essential guide to becoming a gentry family in early modern Denbighshire'.

Looking ahead to March 12, Fiona Gale will be delivering a lecture under the title of 'the archaeological context of Denbigh: résumé and update'.

Dr Paul Evans will be delivering a poignant lecture on March 19.

The title will be 'The 'Old Boys' of Denbigh County School and

the Great War, 1914-18'.

Concluding the series on March 26 will be Chris Grier, who will talk about 'Social unrest in North East Wales'.

All of the lectures take place at Denbigh Town Hall, starting at 7pm.