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Volunteering Matters To Denbighshire - A New Website Is Launched

Denbighshire County Council is delighted to announce the launch of its new and improved volunteering website.
The launch of the new website will enable the Council to significantly build on the time that volunteers give to the local authority.A wide range of volunteering opportunities have been identified across the organisation and the roles will suit all kinds of skills and interests.Anyone can volunteer, whatever age and people from all backgrounds and interests are welcome.
Councillor Hugh Irving, Lead Member for Communities, Customer Care and Libraries said:“For many years volunteers have been successfully engaged across a diverse range of Council services and have given thousands of hours of their own time. Volunteers have supported the work of countryside services, the arts, leisure services, youth centres and housing services to name just a few.
“Volunteers have provided the added value and complemented the work of staff to enable the Council to deliver better and more effective services.
All volunteers must register on the new website by visiting
Pictured are Councillor Hugh Irving and the Little Tern volunteers helping Countryside Services at Gronant Dunes

Prince and Princess Party

Many Thanks to all that entered and supported our recent Prince and Princess Party. Our St Asaph royalty for 2017 are as follows :- Shawna Tooke ...Gala Queen; Chloe Ava Jones....Gala Princess; Leyla Benbow...Gala Rosebud; Mitchell Jones'Westmore.....Gala Prince.
St Asaph Gala committee hopes their reign will be successful and would also like to thank the retiring Queens.