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Market St, Ruthin LL15 1AU, UK – 01824 703201
I would like to say a big thank you to all the staff at the dentist who were very considerate in dealing with a slightly apprehensive customer. They made my experience almost pleasant. Special mention to Dr Winstanley who removed the offending tooth ,who's personal skill was enhanced by the professionalism of all the staff who support him. I would name you all but I don't want to miss anyone out. Diolch
Maes Derwen, Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Ruthin LL15 1ST, UK – 01824 705755
Well managed parish church.
Llangynhafal, Llanbedr Dyffryn Clwyd, Ruthin LL15 1UP, UK – 01824 704160
Typical of so many of the Vale of Clwyd's double naved churches, today's predominantly 16th Century structure supercedes earlier buildings dating back perhaps as far as the 7th Century.
School Rd, Ruthin LL15 1BL, UK – 01824 702068
Lôn Parcwr, Ruthin LL15, UK
Good recycling center you must be a local resident need proof.
It's a dump, but we'll managed. Staff are helpful
Wynnstay Rd, Ruthin LL15 1AS, UK – 01824 706000
Denbighshire County Council is the governing body for the principal area of Denbighshire (not historic Denbighshire), one of the administrative subdivisions of Wales. The council consists of a multi-party cabinet led by Councillor Hugh Evans, Independent Member for Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd/Gwyddelwern. The current Cabinet includes the highest number of women Councillors - 4 out of 9 posts - in Denbighshire's history.
11 Lon Parcwr Industrial Estate, Ruthin LL15 1NJ, UK – 01824 702666
10 St Peter's Square, Ruthin LL15 1AA, UK – 01824 707842
We stayed at Ruthin Castle for the weekend and this restaurant was recommended by one of the locals. Couldn't have done better!! Friendly and welcoming staff, lovely homely feel and relaxed atmosphere. Food was beyond our expectations, well cooked and beautifully presented, and portions were huge!! If youre hungry then try the ladder of beef which was a scary amount of meat for one person and the other half had to help out! Three courses and a few cocktails thrown into the mix and it was a great evening all round. Well worth a visit, was very impressed. Thanks to the owner of the Cwtch dress shop across the road for recommending this place. It made our weekend, and her shop is worth a visit too 😁
Can't recommend highly enough. The food is excellent, the service is spot on and the atmosphere is cosy and relaxing. Save yourself a job and keep the number on your phone because you'll more than likely be booking a table here again.
1 Upper Clwyd St, Ruthin LL15 1HY, UK – 01824 707736
Great food, good service, nice atmosphere. Online booking system was only bit that was less than excellent. Still get spam from Quandoo and no knowledge of our booking when we got there. However staff accommodated us and it was a fantastic meal.
A wonderful evening spent here. The impact of the flavours of food served 'danced and sang!' Absolutely superb. I just wish there were a sixth star to add to the 5* already given. Service, food and presentation could not be faulted. Thank you On The Hill.
73 Clwyd St, Ruthin LL15 1HN, UK – 01824 705533
Don’t believe the negative review in trip advisor. We were nearly out off by them but food was great and service fine. It’s maybe a little more expensive than I’d have liked but it is practically in the countryside lol. Would defo go again.
Good food and friendly service.
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Mold Rd, Ruthin LL15 1EE, UK – 01824 702543
Moved our child from the School across the Road last year. I wish we had done it sooner. The best decision we have made by far. The level of teaching is first class. The change in our child is remarkable. A much happier child. Thank you to all the staff at Ruthin School.
Ruthin School traces its origins to Edward 1st's Welsh Conquest. There is no conclusive evidence supporting the school's assumed formation in 1284, but in "Ruthin School: The First Seven Centuries", author Keith Kenyon-Thompson (my English teacher at Ruthin School between 1971 - 1979) cites the Taxation of 1291 which lists a collegiate church and school in Ruthin. Postulating that Reginald de Grey likely founded the school, Kenyon-Thompson's claim is not contested. On this basis Ruthin School is the oldest in Wales, and one of the oldest in Britain. History is difficult to chart in the following centuries and the school was likely a victim of the dissolution of the church to which it was associated.The school was re-founded by the Dean of Westminster Gabriel Goodman in 1575. Goodman was a former Ruthinan. In 1595 Goodman successfully petitioned Queen Elizabeth 1st to grant the Tithes of Llanelidan to the school in perpetuity. The charter is on display in the school. Ruthin School has been co-educational since 1990 and in recent years has capitalized on strong student enrollment to develop the current campus and also to acquire additional property in town to cope with increased demand for boarding facilities.While students and parents have varying opinions about the school its history and recent academic results are remarkable and the school continues to play an important role in Ruthin's historical fabric.