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Taste North East Wales says goodbye with thank you to loyal customers after virtual campaign

BUSINESSES and event organisers forced to move a celebration of local food and drink online due to the Coronavirus pandemic thanked customers and communities for their support. Taste North East Wales was held virtually this year and featured a series of interactive tours, tasting sessions and a successful bilingual social media and video campaign showcasing…

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Dee Valley Produce preparing for Christmas after lockdown sales increase

THE way in which people shop for food and drink has changed forever following the events of 2020. And Wayne Siddall, owner of Dee Valley Produce in Llangollen, hopes more customers will stay loyal to the local businesses that stepped up to support their communities during the Coronavirus pandemic. Supported by Taste North East Wales…

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Cilcain community shop supporting villagers through Coronavirus lockdown

KIND-HEARTED volunteers and local producers helped a picturesque village through the first Coronavirus lockdown. As the cold weather and dark nights descend – and tighter safety restrictions return – the team at Cilcain Community Shop hope residents continue to support the venture. Treasurer Sarah Parr explained how everyone from school pupils to retirees came together…

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Loyalty of long-standing customers a big boost to Flintshire attraction and restaurant

THE loyalty of long-standing customers has helped many local businesses through the Coronavirus pandemic. Among them is Afonwen Craft Centre and its popular Edenshine Restaurant, based near Caerwys, Flintshire. Owners Janet Monshin Dallolio and Adrian Dallolio were forced to shut down the attraction in March for the first time in more than 28 years of…

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Surge in demand for outdoor activities and hospitality during first Covid lockdown

THE Coronavirus lockdown and a Spring heatwave led to many people taking up new sports and adrenaline-fuelled activities. And that in turn sparked support of local venues and destinations combining food and drink with the delights of the great outdoors. Taste North East Wales is being held virtually this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Maes Mynan owners make major site progress during Coronavirus pandemic

OWNERS of an exclusive luxury holiday park have made huge strides with the development in lockdown. The first phase of Maes Mynan Park, in Afonwen near Caerwys, was launched by Deputy Minister for Culture, Sport and Tourism, Lord Dafydd-Elis Thomas last autumn, but, as with many businesses, the Coronavirus outbreak prevented prospective holiday homeowners from…

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BLOG: How Mold town centre is recovering from the challenges of lockdown

THE VIBRANT market town of Mold will be stronger than ever in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic. As has been the case in communities across north east Wales, businesses and residents have come together like never before; supporting local firms and food and drink producers, embracing online platforms and new service models, and looking…

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Open letter from Steve Parry – chief executive of Nightingale House Hospice

A HOSPICE leader says chronic underfunding and the Coronavirus will see them lose around £1.2m this year. In an open letter, Steve Parry, chief executive of Wrexham-based Nightingale House Hospice, said: “Despite the amazing support we have received from the public since the COVID-19 pandemic began, our hospice will not be able to continue delivering…

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Kind Matthew creates hundreds of craft packages for children with autism in lockdown

A STUDENT with autism and his caring family have created hundreds of craft and art packages for children with learning difficulties and additional needs during the Coronavirus lockdown. Matthew Hayes volunteered to create the packs for Flintshire charity DAFFODILS, who were supported throughout by the Steve Morgan Foundation, which donated £6,776 to the project. The…

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Flintshire Tourism Association to rebrand and collaborate to boost visitor numbers

  A TOURISM and business group has unveiled a new vision to attract day visitors, overnight guests and holidaymakers to discover and celebrate Flintshire and the surrounding area. Flintshire Tourism Association (FTA) is rebranding with a new website and ideas including historical tours, promotion of Welsh language projects, improved town-to-town links and ‘story shops’ to…

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