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Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Temporary closure of Lower Dee Mill Park

* An artist's impression of how Lower Dee Mill Park will look when the scheme is finished.

Lower Dee Mill Park is temporarily closed until Friday March 22 to carry out drainage works in connection with the Four Great Highways scheme. 

Access to the town centre will only be available along Mill Street while the closure is in place.

The project aims to enhance the landscape and improve accessibility, interpretation and signage in the centre of Llangollen.

The project is part of investment by the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund that was secured through a joint application between Denbighshire and Wrexham councils for the Clwyd South Constituency.

The application was supported by Simon Baynes MP with £3.8 million being allocated to Denbighshire to invest in the communities of Llangollen, Llantysilio, Corwen and surrounding areas.

A scheme spokesperson said of the temporary Lower Dee Mill Park closure: “Rafters and canoeists will still be able to gain access to the river during this time via the temporary access route that has been installed down to the river. 

“Further closures will take place over the coming months, but these will be kept to a minimum where possible and notice will be provided in advance. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.” 

* To learn more about this Levelling Up funded project, go to:


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