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We Need Your Help: St Asaph City aims to enter the RHS “Love Your Neighbourhood” element of Wales in Bloom
Please see attached document for the detail.
Please find attached letter regarding Invitation to Tender for the St. Asaph City Grass Management.
Please find attached letter regarding Invitation to Tender for the St. Asaph City Bin Management.
Please see attached diary for all the exciting events happening in and around the City of St. Asaph during the Christmas Festive Season.
The City Council vehemently objects to Denbighshire County Council’s proposal to site 2 Gypsy/Traveller sites on land at Grengates Farm. It is urging everyone who is against this proposal to submit their objections to DCC before the closing date of the of 25th November. The submission of your objections is in addition to you signing the
petition which is available in many city businesses.
If anyone is unsure as to how to make their objections, the City Council is holding an advisory drop in at St Asaph Library on Thursday 22nd November 2.00 to 7.00 pm.
The City Mayor, Cllr Colin Hardie says:
It is really important that the residents/businesses of St Asaph and surrounding communities make their feelings known to Denbighshire County Council as it is only by having a strong, united objection to this proposal that it will be stopped.
Re: Proposed Permanent Residential Gypsy & Traveller site and proposed Transit Gypsy & Traveller site, both at Greengates Farm, Cyttir Lane, St Asaph.
A public meeting has been arranged for Thursday 8th November 2018 at 7:30pm at Theatr Elwy, Glan Clwyd School, where this can be discussed.