RHYL promenade will be illuminated yellow on the Bank Holiday weekend in support of the RNLI.

Landmarks including the Sky Tower, Rhyl Pavilion and SC2 will light up yellow to raise awareness of the lifesaving charity’s Mayday Mile 2021. Denbighshire County Council is staging the event with Rhyl RNLI.

The Mayday campaign aims to keep RNLI volunteers fully kitted and trained to deal with emergencies by urging members of the public to carry out their own fundraiser by covering a one-mile distance in a way that is challenging or fun – be it hopping, in flip flops or by walking backwards.

Rhyl RNLI tweeted: “Rhyl turns yellow for the RNLI’s Mayday Campaign this weekend. Denbighshire County Council will be turning the buildings along Rhyl promenade yellow this bank holiday weekend in support of the RNLI's annual Mayday Fundraising Campaign.”

For more information about the Mayday Campaign, visit rnli.org/mayday