DYSERTH Waterfall will once again host a Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Duck Boat Race on bank holiday Monday next week (May 6).

The race, which will start at 12pm, sees people who have bought a miniature lifeboat watch them tackle the tides in a race to the finish line.

As well as the race, there will also be stalls and a RNLI shop for people to visit.

This event raises funds for the lifesaving work of the RNLI – last year’s race in Dyserth brought in more than £2,000 in donations.


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The 2023 event, which was well-supported, also saw 12-sell out races taking place throughout the day.

Stalls were also set up on the green, giving those attending the chance to buy souvenirs from the lifeboat shop, take part in hook-a-duck, face painting and for those brave enough, take a few wet sponges in the stocks.

The RNLI Rhyl's water safety team was also on hand to give out important advice for in and near the water.

RNLI mascot, Stormy Stan, also made an appearance.

For more information on this year’s event, or to book a stall space, visit the RNLI’s Duck Boat Race social media pages.