Yellow lines will wreck livelihoods; LETTERS.THE Daily Post (August 1) gave coverage to the ridiculous yellow lines recently painted in Ruthin Ruthin (Welsh: Rhuthun), pronounced RITH-in (IPA: /ˈrɪθɪn//), is the county town of Denbighshire in North Wales located at UK National grid reference SJ127584, approx. .
I wish to make readers aware that plans are afoot by Denbighshire Council to destroy any economic benefits of the recently acquired City Status of St Asaph St Asaph (Welsh: Llanelwy) is a town in North Wales on the River Elwy. It has a population of 3,491 (Census 2001).
The town of St Asaph is surrounded by countryside and views of the Vale of Clwyd. by enforcing restricted parking along all the roads in Upper St Asaph and making visiting and shopping as difficult as possible for local people and visitors. The deadline for objections is August 13 when many people are on holiday.
Recently Denbighshire Council enjoyed basking in the media spotlight Spotlight can refer to at least three types of lighting:
Upper St Asaph has several longestablished and family-run shops and a cafe and all these businesses work hard and provide an excellent, friendly service and often go the extra mile to help customers.
Many people are working hard to promote and capitalise Verb 1. capitalise - supply with capital, as of a business by using a combination of capital used by investors and debt capital provided by lenders
capitalize on city status and are proud of our city and want St Asaph to be a place where people visit and support the local economy: it is therefore deeply concerning that Denbighshire Council will, if these plans are allowed to proceed, destroy several small local businesses and livelihoods and ultimately the quality of life for many local people.
Yr Athro / Professor MA Lloyd-Williams, Waen St Asaph