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New tourism marketing resources launched

A suite of professional tourism marketing resources for businesses and stakeholders to use has been launched.

The resources include:-

  • Communications toolkit with 5 key messages and ways to get involved
  • Social media graphics for Facebook, Instagram & Twitter channels
  • Image bank
  • Short films
  • Maps
  • Booklets

Please e-mail if you would like access to these free resources.

Planning a beach day?

Prestatyn Central is the only North Wales beach to be awarded the prestigious Blue Flag 2022 award. The iconic Blue Flag is a world-renowned eco-label owned by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE).

For more than three decades, Blue Flag has had a transformational impact on water quality, safety and environmental management. It has inspired environmental awareness through education activities and promotion of social responsibility.

Rhyl Central beach has also achieved the Seaside Award for their standard of water quality and facilities.

For more information on the Wales Coast awards, please visit

Calling all businesses

Would you like to offer free leaflets to your customers that highlight our towns, countryside and cycling routes?

Just fill out the online form and leave the rest to us!

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Motorhome Parking

Denbighshire offers a wealth of sites offering overnight motorhome and campervan parking.

With another busy staycation season expected, the Council's Tourism Department is promoting the county’s businesses providing overnight stays and parking. A number of businesses have signed up to be included on the North East Wales tourism website and in printed brochures which are now available across the region.

The work also supports the Council’s #LoveLiveLocal campaign which encourages people to support our local businesses.

If you would like to be included please email

Website Revamp

The North East Wales website managed by the Tourism Team has been revamped, making it brighter and easier to navigate.

You will be able to find tools there to help with your business as well as events.

Please let us know if you would like to be included by emailing

Town Trails

The Tourism team are constantly working to update their suite of Town Trails, having recently updated the Ruthin and Llangollen editions to highlight changes to the towns. The next Town Trail to be treated to a facelift is the Corwen edition, to help promote the new railway platform for the Corwen Station and the great efforts of the volunteers in the Corwen Museum.

Whilst on the subject of the Town Trails an exciting development is being piloted in Rhyl. In order to bring the town trails to a wider audience, an audio walk based on the trail has been produced.  The main narrator is Tony from the Tourist Information Centre, who is a great ambassador for Rhyl, with other voices and sounds weaved in to bring it alive. People can walk and listen or indeed just listen from anywhere. The general message is one of pride in the town and sustainability and to promote wellbeing by encouraging people to walk. It’s available via the izi.TRAVEL app and promoted on the town trail boards. It is hoped to replicate this in other Denbighshire towns in the future.

You can listen using this QR code.


Have you seen our new tourism brochure?

The Tourism Team have produced a brand new brochure called Discover Denbighshire giving today’s travellers a more authentic, sustainable and undiscovered taste of what Denbighshire has to offer, for those wanting to absorb the local culture, try the food and get off the beaten track all year around.

You can download it here and it is widely distributed around the area.


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