* The long but orderly queue of cars waiting for their flu jabs at the Pavilion this morning.At least 800 people had turned up by lunchtime for today's drive-through flu vaccination day at the Pavilion.
And with the session, run by staff from Llangollen Health Centre, due to last until 5pm this evening many more are likely to take advantage of the special clinic aimed solely at patients born before April 1 1956.
Volunteers from the Tidy Town Team helped with the arrangements which saw scores of vehicles pulling into the car park to be formed into a long queue winding its way through the eisteddfod field to the front of the Pavilion where medical staff were carrying out the vaccinations through their wound-down windows.
After their "jabs" the vehicles, all travelling in one direction, were directed out again through the other car park exit.
Only people arriving by car were allowed to take part.
The health centre's Tessa Orton-Jones said later that a total of 1,547 patients enventually received immunisation during the day.
* Part of the queue waiting on the Pavilion car park for their turn.