Gareth Rowlands together with three volunteers arranged a guided tour through Rhuddlan Nature Park with insights from the warden. He told us the history of its inception from when it was the main road out of the village and over the railway line from Rhyl to Denbigh and onwards. Many grants were obtained together with a generous donation from the Fagan family which enabled it to be saved from becoming a recycling centre.Although it doesn't cover a huge area, there are many diverse parts, including a large pond which is home to many different kinds of wildlife, interesting carved wooden statues of birds and people and a restful dementia area which was created by local craftspeople. The area is managed by the warden and his team who over the years have planted many trees and encouraged the spread of natural habitat flowers.
The area is flat and suitable for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.
After the tour a buffet lunch was enjoyed at The Castle Inn in Rhuddlan by 25 members and guests.
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