Ysgol Rhewl pupils win £150 for their school thanks to Christmas card designs
HIGH flying Ruthin Hockey Club have a kit worthy of champions, thanks to sponsorship from a local business.
With more than 20 years in business, we at Artisan Conservatories, Windows and Doors work hard to ensure we give customers exactly what they want.
A DENBIGHSHIRE business is going the eggs-tra mile to help out a charity this Easter.
Artisan founder Ian Gibson, Peter Dutton of Dutton and Peters builders, Mold paramedic Wyn Jones and his 74-year-old father Dai have raised more than £20,000 on a coast-to-coast walk for a local cancer charity.
Artisan-sponsored Denbigh Beer Festival promises an even more dizzying array of local beers and ciders than ever.
Around 1,500 people jumbed onboard the Route 76 real ale festival buses this year - a bumper turnout that was 25 per cent higher than last year.
Ian Gibson co. director of Artisan Windows is doing a coast to coast walk from St. Bees Head to Robin Hood Bay 196miles to raise money for the North West Cancer Research fund.
It is now possible to install a solid insulated roof on your existing conservatory.
We are delighted to say that we are very very pleased with the whole job & finished look. You have a first class fitting team, smooth running, very clean & curtious.
We love the door. It's absolutely beautiful and really well made. Plus the two fitters were so friendly and professional and did an excellent job. There was not one speck of dust after they had finished.
I am delighted with the windows and also the fitters, such a great job.