A Mayor's life is a busy one. We'll be sharing the highlights from Rhyl Mayor, Cllr Sarah Roberts' year in office.
Panto season has come to town – oh yes it has!
I enjoyed meeting up with the cast of Rhyl Pavilion’s Peter Pan before heading over to St Thomas’ Church for the Christmas Pops starring Clem Curtis & The Foundations. With the town council’s 12 Days of Christmas underway, there is a lot happening in Rhyl this December.
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October has been a busy month with a number of enjoyable events. We held a successful Macmillan coffee morning at Rhyl’s Ysgol Plas Cefndy and I was also able to catch up with thriving local business Chicken & Beer Ltd. I attended the civic service of Cllr Edward C. Bateman, Mayor of Towyn and Kinmel Bay, and am now looking ahead to Bonfire Night and our Christmas festivities.
Opening of the Marsh Road Roundhouse
Attending the opening of the Marsh Road roundhouse as part of our Wild Weekend countryside event, held at various locations across Rhyl.
Enjoying a great evening at the Rhyl Pavilion theatre celebrating 25 years. Only Boys Aloud opened the show followed by Richard and Adam. Rhyl girl Rebecca Trehearn opened the second act followed by Rhydian Roberts.
Amazing finale with all the acts on stage performing Anthem from Chess. A magical night!