Corwen Town Council

Corwen Town Council Corwen Town Council is made up of 13 democratically elected councillors who represent the Corwen (8), Carrog (2) and Glyndyfydwy (3) areas.

Operating as usual

Gwasanaeth Ieuenctid Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire Youth Service

Gwasanaeth Ieuenctid Sir Ddinbych / Denbighshire Youth Service

Allan eto heno / Out again tonight 👍🏻

Welsh Government

Welsh Government

Were you previously shielding? Or know someone who was?

As coronavirus cases increase and stricter rules are introduced in areas of Wales, we want to reassure you that you do not need to shield again.

You should continue to follow strict social distancing guidance.

Asking people to stay isolated at home can cause more harm to people’s mental and physical health.

The Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Dr Frank Atherton, will not ask you to shield again unless absolutely necessary.

Follow our guidance here 👇

Welsh Government

Welsh Government

Blood donation is essential travel ✅

You can still travel in and out of local lockdown areas to give blood. See Welsh Blood Service's page for more information about how to donate ❤️

Here's our First Minister Mark Drakeford MS/AS giving blood during lockdown 👇

Denbighshire County Council

Denbighshire County Council

You can create a Home Emergency Plan to use in the event of an emergency
@30days30waysUK #northwalesresilience #30days30waysUK #KeepWalesSafe

Corwen Family Practice

Corwen Family Practice

** Patient Notice **

On behalf of all the staff at the practice could we please ask that when we ask if you, a member of your household or 'social bubble' have possible Covid-19 symptoms (temperature, cough or lack of smell/taste) that you answer correctly either by text or telephone before attending for an appointment.

We have had several patients attend and only inform us after entering the building that they have a cough. This then means that room has to be closed down, deep cleaned and puts the staff member at high risk. Although in the majority of instances the symptoms aren't caused by Covid-19 we have to treat it as a possibility.

If the issue you are attending dot is urgent staff with arrange necessary assessment in a safe environment.

Thank you

Corwen Family Practice

Corwen Family Practice

*** Patient Notice ***

*Please note a change of location for the Cynwyd clinic*

This year due to Covid restrictions we are bringing our Flu vaccination clinics to you!

A member of the surgery team will be in touch with you to book you in - PLEASE DO NOT PHONE THE SURGERY!!!

Who's eligible for a flu vaccine?

Patients who:
*have diabetes
*are pregnant
*are aged 65 and over
or those with some long-term conditions affecting:
*the lungs
*the heart
*the kidneys
*the liver
*the brain or nervous system
*the immune system
*the spleen

Initially, surgery staff will be calling in patients over 65 years of age and patients under 65 from the shielding category.

**By appointment only!**
Cynwyd Village Hall (School) : 3.10.20 at 9.30 – 12noon
Llandrillo Village Hall : 3.10.20 at 1.30 – 3pm
Carrog Village Hall : 10.10.20 at 9.30 – 11.30am
Glyndyfrdwy Village Hall :10.10.20 at 12.30 – 2pm
Corwen Drive through Clinic: 16.10.20 at 8.30 – 13.30
Gwyddelwern Village Hall : 17.10.20 at 9.30 – 11am
Bryneglwys Village Shop : 17.10.20 at 12noon – 1pm

Please remember to wear your facemask and adhere to government social distancing guidelines!

Corwen Family Practice

Corwen Family Practice


At the end of November 2018 we will be having a new telephone system installed in the whole of the Health Centre. This will mean the practice telephone number will change.

Our new telephone number will be: 03000 859355

To help all our patients get used to using the new telephone number you can all start to use it now as it is linked to the existing line.
Please note that calling this number costs no more than what what you pay when calling the 01490 412362 number,



Welsh Government

Welsh Government

Here's some really simple things we can all do to protect ourselves and each other from coronavirus 👇👇👇

Together, we'll keep Wales safe.

Gŵyl Gerdded Corwen Walking Festival

Gŵyl Gerdded Corwen Walking Festival

We are pleased today to launch the tenth Corwen Walking festival which will run from the 30th August to the 5th September 2021. There will be day walks from the 30th August to the 3rd September with our normal weekend of walks over the 4th and 5th September.

We are also pleased to announce a series of day walks from October 2020 with a walk each month

First two walks on this walks programme

11th October 2020 Liberty Hall meet in the Square in Corwen at 9.30 am

7th November 2020 Cadair Bronwen meet in the square at 9.15 am then you will need to travel to Llandrillo

Book via our website or by messaging us on here giving your email address for a booking form to be sent to you.

All walks will be limited to 15 people

DVSC Denbighshire

DVSC Denbighshire

For many employers, the decision on when to reopen the workplace for employees is a difficult and complicated challenge.

RCS will be hosting a practical course on Tuesday 15 September, offering guidance to help managers and leaders plan for a return to the workplace.

Creating a inclusive working environment and risk assessing are just some of the topics that will be covered.

To book your place:


I lawer o gyflogwyr, mae'r penderfyniad ynghylch pryd i ailagor y gweithle i weithwyr yn her anodd a chymhleth.

Ar ddydd Mawrth 15fed Medi bydd RCS yn cynnal cwrs ymarferol a fydd yn cynnig arweiniad i helpu rheolwyr i gynllunio ar gyfer dychwelyd i'r gweithle.

Bydd creu amgylchedd gwaith cynhwysol ac asesu risg rhai o'r pynciau a fydd yn cael ei trafod

I archebu'ch lle:



Gŵyl Gerdded Corwen Walking Festival

Gŵyl Gerdded Corwen Walking Festival

Our first attempt at a walking video thanks to Chloe for putting it together we intend to improve on this but it’s a good start

DVSC Denbighshire

DVSC Denbighshire

Mae yna gyfoeth o adnoddau digidol bellach ar gael i siaradwyr Cymraeg ar-lein

Fe fydd y gweminar hwn yn gyfle i ddysgu am adnoddau dysgu ar y We yn benodol ar gyfer siaradwyr Cymraeg.

Byddwn yn edrych ar platfformau cyfathrebu er mwyn cefnogi dysgu o bell a rhwydweithio gyda siaradwyr eraill. Yn ogystal, bydd trosolwg o holl wefannau cyfrwng Cymraeg sy’n bodoli er mwyn eich cefnogi wrth siarad Cymraeg

I archebu:


There are a wealth of digital resources now becoming available for Welsh speakers online

This webinar will be an opportunity to learn about online learning resources specifically to those who speak Welsh.

We will look at communication platforms to assist remote learning and networking. In addition, the session will summarize all Welsh medium websites which exist to support Welsh speakers.

To book:

DVSC Denbighshire

DVSC Denbighshire

Come along to discuss volunteering after COVID.

Join us at our online #DenbighshireVolunteers Network meeting, tomorrow Thursday 27th August 10.00am – 11.30am via Zoom:


Dewch draw i drafod gwirfoddoli ar ôl COFID.

Ymunwch â ni yn ein cyfarfod ar-lein Rhwydwaith #GwirfoddolwyrSirDdinbych, yfory dydd Iau 27ain Awst 10.00yb - 11.30yb trwy Zoom:

Betsi Cadwaladr

Betsi Cadwaladr

Gill Harris, Executive Director for Nursing and Midwifery for Betsi Cadwaladr Universtity Health Board, said: “As of this morning there are 30 confirmed COVID-19 cases at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, most of these patients have now been cared for more than 15 days at the hospital and are recovering.

“We have not seen any new confirmed COVID-19 cases at the hospital in the last eight days.

“There remains a small number of cases at Deeside Community Hospital.

“Please help us to continue to reduce the risk of transmission by only visiting the Wrexham Maelor site if it is absolutely necessary. Supporting vulnerable family or friends, or accessing healthcare services, remain the only reasons anyone other than staff should be accessing the site.

“Please continue to follow the guidance set by Welsh Government and Public Health Wales, and we strongly encourage you to wear a mask or face-covering if visiting any of our hospitals.”

Betsi Cadwaladr

Betsi Cadwaladr

Gill Harris, Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery at Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, said: “We currently have between 60 and 70 confirmed COVID-19 cases at Wrexham Maelor Hospital.

“We continue to have a small number of confirmed cases at Deeside Community Hospital, Chirk Hospital, and Mold Community Hospital. Due to the risk of identifying patients, we will not be providing specific numbers for the three sites. A number of measures have been put in place to help these community hospitals manage the risk of COVID-19.

“As part of a proactive approach at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, we have instigated universal screening for all patients on wards where we may or have had a COVID-19 positive patient. This is in addition to screening every patient admitted to our hospitals. All patients who test positive are appropriately isolated and all infection prevention and control measures are in place. All staff have access to the appropriate PPE, and staff who have worked in an environment where we have a confirmed positive cluster have also been tested, in accordance with national guidance.

“We continue to ask for the public’s help in managing the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. We want to limit the number of visitors to our hospital sites and as hospital visiting is still suspended, we are asking that you only have someone accompany you if necessary. If you are unable to attend an appointment please notify us as soon as possible.

“Please continue to follow the public health guidance around regular hand washing and following social distancing guidance to help prevent transmission of the virus.

“Two mobile testing centres have been set up in Wrexham today to help manage cases of COVID-19 in the community. They are based at Caia Park Health Centre (Prince Charles Road) and Hightown Community Resource Centre (Fusilier Way). People will be able to get a test without booking by attending either site between 9am and 6pm for the next few days.

“We continue to ask patients, the public and staff to wear face coverings in public areas of our hospitals.”

Denbighshire County Council

Denbighshire County Council

Denbighshire County Council is continuing to offer free parking at its town centre car parks throughout July.
The majority of the Council’s public car parks in the main town centres have remained open during the lockdown period and continue to be free of charge for the remainder of the month.
The free parking is to encourage residents and visitors to use the county’s town centres for shopping and for doing business.
Signs have been placed at all car parks that are free and residents are reminded that charges do apply to car parks not located in town centres. You can find more information on the Council’s website:
Council car parks which currently have charges are:
Beach Road East, Prestatyn
Nova West, Prestatyn
Nova rear car park, Prestatyn
Barkby Beach, Prestatyn
Rhyl Pavilion
East Parade car park, Rhyl
Rhyl Promenade on-street parking
Moel Famau
Llantysilio Green
This doesn’t include private car parks such as Morfa Hall, Rhyl or St Asaph Cathedral.

WHEN the Play Park is reopened these are the safety measures that you must abide by to use the park sadly. Your cooperat...

WHEN the Play Park is reopened these are the safety measures that you must abide by to use the park sadly. Your cooperation will be necessary to make it work and for the play Park to remain open.


The Play Park at The War Memorial Park will remain closed for another three days while we get new shackles for the swings and one or two other repairs completed. We are also waiting on signs that will spell out safety precautions that are necessary for reopening during the COVID 19 pandemic. Please be patient and DO NOT climb over the gates. You are not insured to access the play park which is officially closed until it is made ready.

Swyddfa Comisiynydd Heddlu a Throsedd Gogledd Cymru/ OPCC North Wales

Swyddfa Comisiynydd Heddlu a Throsedd Gogledd Cymru/ OPCC North Wales

The North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner is the local governing body for policing in our area, and the role replaced North Wales Police Authority. The Commissioner has an overarching duty to secure an efficient and effective police force, which demonstrates value for money and, above all, cuts crime.

Denbighshire County Council

Denbighshire County Council

Following Welsh Government guidance, Denbighshire County Council will re-open its parks and children’s play areas from Monday, July 20.
Sites include the Botanical Gardens and Coronation Playing Fields in Rhyl, Riverside Park in Llangollen, Cae Ddol, Ruthin, and outdoor play areas across the county.
Signs will be placed at sites to remind people to maintain social distancing whilst using facilities and those using play areas are asked to
Be aware of how many people are on the play area and if it is not possible to follow social distancing, not to enter
Remind children to play responsibly and be aware of others around them
Stay no longer than one hour to allow others to use the equipment
Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times
Where possible, wipe the equipment using anti-bacterial wipes before and after use
Wash your hands after using equipment, when you leave the play area and get home
All litter should be disposed of in the litter bins provided, or taken home where a bin isn’t available
Do not meet with more than one household outside in a play area.

North Wales Police

North Wales Police

If you're heading to the hills and mountains please remember:

Our Mountain Rescue Teams are volunteers and because of Covid-19 their numbers may be reduced due to many being employed as key workers.

Follow the rules, enjoy the region safely and respect local communities


Cyngor Sir Ddinbych

Cyngor Sir Ddinbych

Mae safleoedd trwyddedig yn Sir Ddinbych yn cael canllawiau ar sut i ail-agor yn ddiogel.
Mae Cyngor Sir Ddinbych wedi bod yn darparu cyngor i dafarndai, bwytai a chaffis sy'n gallu agor mewn ardaloedd y tu allan yn unig o ddydd Llun (Gorffennaf 13).
Fel yr awdurdod trwyddedu, mae'r Cyngor yn gweithio gyda phartneriaid i sicrhau ail-agor diogel a llyfn ac mae wedi ysgrifennu at safleoedd trwyddedig yn y Sir yn rhoi manylion y camau y mae angen eu cymryd.
Mae'r canllawiau'n cynnwys mwy o oruchwyliaeth dros ardaloedd a thoiledau allanol, mwy o lanhau ar bob arwyneb tra bo'n agored, gwaredu a rheoli gwastraff yn effeithiol, seddi yn unig gyda phosibilrwydd o wasanaeth bwrdd yn unig, dim cerddoriaeth fyw nac adloniant a bod asesiad risg llawn yn cael ei gynnal.

Denbighshire County Council

Denbighshire County Council

Licenced premises in Denbighshire are being given guidance on how to re-open safely.
Denbighshire County Council has been providing advice to pubs, restaurants, and cafes that are able to open outside areas only from Monday (July 13).
As the Licensing Authority, the Council is working with partners to ensure a safe and smooth re-opening and has written to licenced premises in the county detailing steps that need to be taken.
Guidance includes increased supervision of outside areas and toilets, an increase in cleaning of all surfaces while open, effective waste disposal and management, seating only with the possibility of table service only, no live music or entertainment and that a full risk assessment is carried out.

Denbighshire County Council

Denbighshire County Council

Make sure your child can progress in their education as they blend home and classroom work in the months to come from 29 June.

Together we’ll keep our children safe and our children learning. #KeepEducationSafe


The Square
LL21 0DE

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00




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