County Voice

Clwyd West Levelling Up programme launches newsletter

Denbighshire County Council’s Clwyd West Levelling Up programme is pleased to announce that it has launched a newsletter to provide updates on the projects taking place in Ruthin and the surrounding areas.

On the 19th of January Denbighshire Council was delighted to receive confirmation that they had secured £10.95m from the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund for the Clwyd West constituency to support the development of 10 projects aimed at protecting Ruthin’s unique heritage, wellbeing and rural communities. The proposals were supported by the constituency MP David Jones and local elected members.

There are 2 main strands to the Clwyd West Levelling Up programme. The first will focus on protecting Ruthin’s unique heritage and wellbeing through public realm enhancements and revitalising historical buildings and landmarks to support local identity, promote pride of place and boost the image of the town.

The second will focus on protecting Ruthin’s rural communities and wellbeing through improvements to the AONB sites of Loggerheads and Moel Famau and new community hubs in the rural surrounding villages of Bryneglwys and Gwyddelwern.

The council will be responsible for delivering 8 of the projects, while Dyffryn Clwyd Mission and Bryneglwys Cymdeithas Canolfan Ial Association will deliver the final 2 projects.

Further information about Clwyd West Levelling Up projects can be found on the Denbighshire County Council website:

The new digital newsletter aims to keep local people and businesses informed about the Clwyd West Levelling Up programme and individual project plans, including timescales for expected completion dates, as they develop.

Sign up to receive the newsletter via email here:

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