DYSERTH Waterfall once again hosted a Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) Duck Boat Race on bank holiday Monday yesterday (May 6).

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


Encampment set up on Rhyl’s Marina Quay retail park

More police training exercises at Pontins Prestatyn again this week

As well as the race, there were also 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.

Above, you can enjoy our photo gallery from the event.