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Cathedral Easter Garden

A beautiful depiction of the Easter story created by David and Anne Stanworth on display in the Cathedral during Holy Week. - Picture by Nathaniel Ramanaden


Denbighshire’s Clean Streets

Denbighshire has some of the cleanest streets in Wales – and that’s official.
released by Keep Wales Tidy for 2016/17 show that 100% of streets in Denbighshire that were independently inspected as part of a national study reacheda B grade or above (B grade being an acceptable level of cleanliness). Only one other authority in Wales achieved this score (Powys).
looked at whether there was evidence of smoking, drinking, confectionery , fast food, drinks bottles and foam polystyrene. councils are also graded on dog fouling, vandalism, weeds, graffiti, fly-posting and chewing gum staining.
Ward, Head of Highways and Environment, said: “Having clean and tidy streets is one of the key priorities for the Council and we are delighted with these results.”
“The message definitely seems to be getting through locally as well as nationally and we would like to thank Denbighshire residents for their efforts in looking after their community and showing pride in their streets.
“Many residents tell us that having clean streets is a matter they want to see the Council addressing and we will not become complacent, with our efforts to improve the quality of life for local residents continuing”.

New housing registration scheme launched

A brand new, easy to use system for people to apply for social housing in Denbighshire has gone live.
new Denbighshire Housing Register called SARTH (the Single Access Route to Housing), is a joint partnership between Denbighshire County Council, Grwp Cynefin, Clwyd Alyn, North Wales Housing and Wales and West Housing.
SARTH Housing Register will allow people wanting to apply for social housing to have a single dedicated point of contact, one application process and one housing list for Denbighshire that’s shared between the Council and the local housing associations. This will save time, will avoid duplication of services and make the customer experience simpler.
with a local connection to Denbighshire will be given priority for properties in the county.Once information has been received, people will be placed into one of four bands, depending on the information provided by them. Those bandings are: Urgent housing need – local connection; housing need- local connection; urgent housing need – no local connection and housing need – no local connection.
further information about eligibility and the whole process, please visit: http://www.denbighshire.gov.uk/housingregister or by writing to Denbighshire Housing, Denbighshire County Council, Smithfield Road, Denbigh, LL16 3RJ.