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The countdown has begun ahead of the Queen’s Baton Relay’s visit to Denbighshire later this month (Friday, May 30) – with last minute arrangements being put in place to numerous events arranged to mark this historic occasion.
The Baton is visiting a handful of counties in Wales as part of its journey to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer, with Denbighshire having the honour of being the final leg of the Baton’s journey in Wales.
Residents and visitors to Denbighshire are encouraged to support the Baton’s visit and to attend events being held in Rhyl, Ruthin, Moel Famau and the final event at Coed Llandegla (Oneplanet Adventure site).
The baton relay routes and associated events are:
Rhyl Harbour (9am-4pm) The baton is welcomed into Denbighshire during the official opening of Rhyl Harbour.
At the beginning of the event, families will be able to enjoy a festival of colour and activities, including face painting, a treasure trail, bouncy castle, food, demonstrations from rescue services, kite surfing, watersports on Marine Lake and so much more.
The baton will be present between 9am and 9.30am. There will be free parking for the event at Quay Street car park