Rhyl at the centre of a £85m regeneration masterplan.

Rhyl

Rhyl, Denbighshire
The town is at long last at the centre of a £85m regeneration masterplan. A popular holiday spot for Liverpudlians and Mancunians after the second world war, the town lost its pier and theatre in the 1970s and then saw the closure of attraction after attraction, from its Sky Tower to its leisure centre over the intervening years. The beach town’s rapid decline has been halted, however, since the Welsh government secured European funding to redevelop its seafront.

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