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  • Living Landscape Brought Back to Life


    Denbighshire Countryside Service is part of an exciting new wildlife conservation project in Denbighshire and Flintshire. The Alun and Chwiler Living Landscape Project will improve habitats and benefit species within the River Alun (Alyn) and River Chwiler (Wheeler) corridors. This project is a partnership between Denbighshire and Flintshire County Councils, the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB, North Wales Wildlife Trust and Natural Resources Wales.

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  • Battle with the Balsam


    Battle with the Balsam in Denbighshire  commenced at Corwen at the beginning of July with a visit from the BBC. The crew was there filming for “Escape to the Country” and Countryside and AONB staff were joined by several volunteers, our Biodiversity Champion Cllr Huw Jones, Corwen Artists in Residence – Camp little Hope and Invasive Non-Native Species Co-ordinator, Meryl Norris from the North Wales Wildlife Trust. After several hardworking hours much was cleared and we were able to see the river again. After a BBQ later in the afternoon and a bit more work, tools were downed and backs were patted.

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  • Denbighshire Local Access Forum


    INVITATION FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST IN BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE FORUM Denbighshire County Council is in the process of reappointing a statutory Local Access Forum, as required under the Countryside & Rights of Way Act 2000. The duty of the Forum will be to advise the Council, Natural Resources Wales and others, as to the improvement of public access to land in the county for the purpose of open-air recreation and the enjoyment of the area.

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  • Denbighshire Countryside News July 2014


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