A man has been charged with causing more than £10,000 damage by smashing windows at a Covid booster vaccination centre.

Paul Edwards, aged 58, of no fixed address, denied the allegation at St Asaph business park on December 15 – having allegedly also targeted a vaccination clinic at Llandudno the previous day.

A district judge at Llandudno court remanded him in custody until January 28 at Mold crown court.

Edwards faces charges of criminal damage and common assault on a security guard at the vaccination clinic next to the court at Llandudno on December 14.

Prosecutor James Neary said: "His intention was to frustrate the national vaccination of people against this deadly virus.”

Defence solicitor Michael Pugh made no application for bail for Edwards who has been remanded in custody to Wrexham’s Berwyn jail.