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Join us once again our annual Dawn Walk this July!
Aof walkers adorned in bright orange will add to the summer sunrise and brighten up the morning for the residents of St Asaph, all in the name of charity.The crowd of dedicated fundraisers will be starting the new day and getting up early to support St Kentigern Hospices sixth Dawn Walk.
Having raised in excess of 80,000 for hospice care in the lastyears, proves that events such as the Dawn Walk are invaluable to the patients and families using services at the Hospice. Manager, Laura Parry year the 6 mile walk will take place on Saturdayst July, starting and finishing at St. Asaph Cathedral. Entry is open to all over the age of 10, and Dogs on leads are welcome. Entry is 10 (or 25 if you wish not to collect sponsorship).
Entry forms are available from the fundraising office at St Kentigern Hospice on 01745 536022 or more information and online registration is available at www.stkentigernhospice.org.uk

Calling all budding weather watchers

The Met Office and Denbighshire County Council are looking for two new voluntary weather station observers, to be based in Prestatyn.
The Met Office is the UKs National Meteorological Service and is responsible for providing climate and weather forecasting in the UK.
The role of the observers is to gather and collate data for the National Archive for Climate. Prestatyn is part of a network of manually read stations throughout the UK who take daily climate readings and report them to the Met Office.
The volunteers join a team to undertake these readings one or two days per week on a rota basis. The people we are looking for would preferably have an interest in this area and be able to spare approximately 30 minutes once or twice a week to take readings at around 9am.
If you are interested in applying to become an unpaid volunteer at Prestatyn Weather Station please contact Sion Goldsmith at Denbighshire County Council on 01824 712725, e-mail sion.goldsmith@denbighshire.gov.uk


Community Police Message

Just a reminder about crime reporting procedure.
For an emergency dial 999. For a non-emergency ie something that does not require an immediate response, then 101 should be used. My works blackberry number is 07896171498 and if any advice or guidance is needed in relation to neighbourhood concerns/issues I can also be contacted for this purpose on david.jones3@nthwales.pnn.police.uk. And just a further reminder that I hold a Police surgery on the second Wednesday of every month at the New Inn between 5.30pm and 6.30pm. We have the use of a private room and anything discussed is confidential. Please feel free to attend. PCSO Dave Jones