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Thursday, March 16, 2023

Council scheme aims for a safer Brook Street

Denbighshire County Council wants local people to get involved in a scheme to make everyday journeys along Brook Street in Llangollen safer and more enjoyable. 

Leaflets have just gone out in the area outlining the project on which the council is working with Sustrans Cymru to find safer ways of walking, wheeling and cycling along the street, which connects the A5 with Pengwern, two junior schools and the community hub.

The leaflet says: "As the people who live, work, travel and play in the area we need you to tell us how Brook Street could work better to help people walk, wheel and cycle for their every day journeys.

"Everyone is welcome to join the conversation and we want to hear ideas and experiences from across the community."

You can get involved in person at a co-design workshop to be held at Llangollen Town Hall on Wednesday March 22, from 7-8.30pm. 

Residents can share their ideas and feedback by visiting the project website hosted by Sustrans:

The survey will be available online for three weeks until 03.04.2023.

Paper versions of the consultation can be obtained by contacting Sustrans Cymru via email: or by writing to them at Sustrans Cymru, One Canal Parade, Dumballs Road, CF10 5BF Cardiff.

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