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Care home residents and Mayor dance to festive tunes

Musical care homes residents and the Mayor of Wrexham danced and jigged to Christmas tunes at a harmonious workshop with world class performers. They got into the festive spirit at Cae Bryn care home, which is part of Pendine Park care organisation, in Wrexham, with members of the renowned Manchester-based Hallé orchestra. The Mayor of […]

Denbigh fashionistas come out in force for hospice

A new women’s boutique turned on the style in aid of a hospice – with two volunteer models with personal reasons for wanting to help. The recently-opened Melange shop on the High Street in Denbigh organised a fashion show to raise money for St Kentigern Hospice in St Asaph. The glittering event at the Guildhall […]

Top politician backs city status for Wrexham 

WREXHAM’S future is to become a city at the centre of a “powerhouse” North Wales, according to one of the country’s leading politicians. Lord Dafydd Elis Thomas, who has served for over 40 years as a Plaid Cymru MP and AM and is a former Presiding Officer of the National Assembly for Wales, was guest […]

Wales Air Ambulance flies in to say thank you

Helicopter paramedic Neil humbled to meet Tesni’s mum and dad The heartbroken parents of a teenage girl who died tragically have met the helicopter paramedic who tried desperately to save her after she collapsed. Neil Lewis was aboard the Wales Air Ambulance helicopter when it flew into the village of Cynwyd, near Corwen, as a […]

Ex-Gladiator Jet tackles childhood obesity in Abergele

A former Gladiator is going into battle against childhood obesity in Abergele. Diane Youdale, best known for her role as Jet in the hit TV series Gladiators, will be holding workshops at Spire Healthcare Consulting Rooms on the outskirts of the town. She will work alongside the private hospital’s consultants helping patients tackle obesity and […]

Shoppers thrilled by Greased Lightnin’ in Wrexham

Shoppers were treated to an impromptu performance of the hit musical Grease. Students from Glyndwr University put on a flash mob performance of some of the show’s most popular songs at the Eagles Meadow shopping centre in Wrexham. They were there to publicise the three-day run of the show at the Catrin Finch Centre on […]

Heat is on for business-savvy students from North Wales

A search has been launched to find business-savvy students from North Wales to challenge for a UK title. The regional heat of the Business, Accounting and Skills Education (BASE) competition is aimed at students aged between 16 and 19. They will have to analyse a fictitious business situation and solve a business problem, before presenting […]

Denbigh: Rugby club call in the energy experts

A rugby club have called in the experts to help them keep the floodlights on this winter. The Energy Company are helping Clwb Rygbi Dinbych tackle their lighting and heating costs by getting them the best deal on their energy supplies and are chipping in with a valuable sponsorship deal to help them stock up […]

Christmas comes early for Welsh farmers on S4C show

A Lampeter farmer is celebrating a change of luck that’s brought him an early Christmas present. While chatting to friends on a recent visit to Llanybydder market David John Evans had to admit that his 12-year-old trailer was showing signs of wear and that it was time to consider splashing out on a new one. […]

Indy shops in Wrexham support Small Business Saturday

SMALLER businesses at a shopping centre are thinking big to give their strong support to a major event aimed at throwing the spotlight on independent companies. Although major firms with multiple branches are often seen as the powerhouse of Britain’s economy, a campaign group is highlighting the fact that small and medium sized businesses also […]