Solicitor Steph thanks Wrexham copier firm for helping her reach triathlon goals

A SOLICITOR with a budding triathlon career is targeting success on the world stage thanks to support from a Wrexham-based copier firm. Stephanie King, from Saltney, who is aiming for a best ever top 20...

New search launched for singing stars of future

A “supremely talented soprano” has launched a search to find the world’s most talented young singers. According to Charlotte Hoather, 25, winning the prestigious Pendine International Voice of the Future competition at the Llangollen International...

Pendine Park care home says goodbye to “very own Mary Berry”

A care home has said a fond farewell to their “very own Mary Berry”. Great grandmother Carol Roberts is packing away her rolling pins and hanging up her pots and pans after 32 years’ service...

Why don’t you stay just a little bit longer in beautiful North East Wales

A brand new tourism project aimed at boosting the rural economy by encouraging visitors to one of Wales’s most beautiful regions to make more of their stays has been launched in North East Wales. Stay,...

Gwern and Lowri earn pop star status as Deian a Loli mania sweeps Wales

Hit children’s TV show takes on might of Disney Junior at awards Two child actors who play mischievous twins with secret super powers in a hit TV show are getting used to “pop star status”...

Therapists and other businesses invited to apply for a share of £6.2m funding 

LOCAL therapists and other businesses are being invited to apply for a share of £6.2m funding to help combat work sickness absence across Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire and Gwynedd. Pioneering social enterprise Rhyl City Strategy (RCS...

Crocodiles and dragons star in spooky Christmas story

A group of talented care home residents have worked with members of a symphony orchestra to come up with a spooky Christmas tale with an added musical twist. The people living at the Pendine Park...
Pictured at Derwydd Farm, Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr is farmer Llyr Jones with David Jones from Hafod Renewables.

Underfloor heating from green energy keeps Llyr’s hens happy and laying

A North Wales hill farmer is keeping his 16,000 hens happy and laying thanks to underfloor heating from ‘green’ energy stored in the earth. Llyr Jones, who farms 1600 acres 1,000 feet up in the...
Priscilla Llewelyn with her sons Hugo and Ben

Major expansion plans at care home as new generation takes reins

A former secretary who transformed her historic family nest into a thriving care home is continuing its legacy after handing over the reins to her two sons who are planning a major expansion creating...

Cath wins award for going the extra smile

Care practitioner Cath Jones has a truly winning smile. Cath, 21, from Rossett, has been named as a champion smiler at the Pendine Park care organisation. Her beaming smile and sunny disposition lights up the lives...
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