As far as places to visit go in North Wales, there are few more synonymous with a great day out than the bustling town of Rhyl. However, in recent years, there have been some calls for it to undergo some regeneration to keep up to date with modern times.
As part of the Rhyl Going Forward Strategy, a collaboration between important names from the area, we are delighted to introduce loverhyl.co.uk: a website dedicated to showcasing all that is great about the seaside town. It will also serve as a great resource for those wondering how the transformation is coming along to make people rediscover Rhyl as one of the brightest gems in the North Wales crown.
The project has been long in the pipeline with plenty of thorough planning going into it by many organisers who all have a real passion for Rhyl. The iconic Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl Events Office and Tourist Information Centre have each put their heads together to find a way to help people reconnect with the town and so, Love Rhyl was formed.
During its launch at the popular White Rose Centre, many members of the public voiced a positive opinion about the website as well as for the initiative as a whole. Members of the local council were also on hand to lend their support to the brand’s beginning in what turned out to be a huge early success for the burgeoning scheme.
By providing a rich content, aesthetically pleasing design, the developers have created a seamlessly traversable website with all the information on Rhyl a user could ever want. The hottest news and events are just the click of a button away with the experience being very similar on many different devices – you will be able to enjoy essentially the same interface on your iPhone that you would on a desktop!
You can also receive all the latest news from the area direct to your inbox by signing up for the Love Rhyl newsletter which is jam-packed with what’s going. If you want to find the hotspots of the area or the latest deals and offers before anyone else then it is ideally suited for you.
So, whether you live in Rhyl, visit often or have lost touch with it, be sure that you find out how to Love Rhyl again soon.