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PAGE 1 Visit of Rare Birds Attracts Hundreds of Enthusiasts to City
PAGE 2 Sanlam Join The Business Park Community; Chatterbooks at St. Asaph Library
PAGE 3 Additional parking at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd Welcomed; Senior Citizens Christmas Party
PAGE 4 Council calls for residents’ views on draft Aspirations; Construction started on flood defences
PAGE 5 Council Teams Honoured at Performance Awards; Changes at the Parish Church – Open meeting.
PAGE 6 New Year - New Chapter in School’s History
PAGE 7 Notice Board
PAGE 8 Home to School Transport Review Set for Discussion; Ann Jones Welcomes “Brown Sign” Tourism Boost to Vale of Clwyd; Council Commits to Welsh Language Committee Structure
PAGE 9 Exciting plans for St Asaph Cathedral
PAGE 10 Your feedback needed on dog control measures in public places
PAGE 11 Telephone scam warning – residents urged to be vigilant
PAGE 12 Old Palace Residents Help Foodbank - And Publish a Book!; Plough Helps Playgroup
PAGE 13 An Opportunity To Serve Your Community; Thinking of becoming a councillor?
PAGE 14 St. Asaph W.I Start Another Busy Year; MP welcomes Hendry Report into tidal power
PAGE 15 Wifi installed across all Denbighshire County Council Leisure Centres; New Catholic School on agenda; Extra Funding Available to Help Businesses Get Online
PAGE 16 Community Church Chat; Otterly-Good News for Rhuddlan Nature Reserve
PAGE 17 MP champions North Wales Growth Deal; St. Kentigern Has First In Wales
PAGE 18 MP welcomes latest progress on new hospital for Rhyl; Memory Lane; Councillors Diary
PAGE 19 City Status Anniversary Celebrations; Candlelight Concert; County Clean Up From Dog Fouling
PAGE 20 Denbighshire hosts month-long business event
PAGE 21 City Council To Increase Rates; Council tax recommendation to Full Council
PAGE 22 Saints Round Up
PAGE 23 There is Far More to Fishing Than Just Catching Fish