Flooding In Denbighshire – Thursday (update At 9.30am)

Flooding In Denbighshire – Thursday (update At 9.30am)


Sunday 22nd Sep 2019


Denbighshire County Council will continue to respond to flood-related incidents across the county during the day, although the weather situation has improved overnight.

There is surface water on a number of the county’s roads and a number of roads have closed or remain closed:

  • Mia Hall Road, Dyserth
  • B5430 Valley Lodge To Junction B5431 Llanarmon Yn Ial (by Pistyll Gwyn quarry),
  • Maes Llan Road, Llanrhydd, Ruthin,
  • Junction with A5151 opposite Bryn Ffynnon Cottages to Ty Gwyn, Dyserth
  • Pandy Lane, Dyserth
  • Mia Hall Road, Dyserth

Loggerheads Country Park is open and the main paths are passable with care. The water levels at the site have dropped dramatically since yesterday.

Bus services to Llanarmon yn Iâl:  Service bus (numbers 1 and 2) WILL NOT operate to Llanarmon this morning until further notice, but WILL serve Maeshafn and Eryrys.

More rain is forecast between now and mid afternoon.  A flood warning remains in place for the Lower Dee Valley from Llangollen towards Rossett and Be Prepared warnings issue for the Rivers Clwyd and Alyn Catchment areas.

Residents are urged to continue to monitor forecasts for the latest updates and information, as well as following information on Denbighshire’s website: www.denbighshire.gov.uk; Facebook: www.facebook.com/denbighshirecountycouncil and Twitter: www.twitter.com/denbighshirecc

 

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Posted on Thursday 13th June 2019