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Floods in Wrexham, Denbigh statue anger and other stories in the local Press

Alys - Web Team Alys - Web Team | 15:54 UK time, Thursday, 22 July 2010

The recent wet weather has caused Misery for a Wrexham mum, who had to have 130 litres of flood water pumped out of her front room, reports the Leader.
Related: Wrexham area hit by flash floods - BBC North East Wales

A group of historians and lecturers have been collecting signatures to oppose the building of a statue to honour explorer HM Stanley in Denbigh, accusing him of "crimes against humanity".
Petition to stop plans for HM Stanley statue in Denbigh - Daily Post

Airbus, which produces wings for the A380 super-jumbo at Broughton, says it is well on track to meet its full year's target of at least 20.
Airbus on target to deliver 20 superjumbos this year - Flintshire Chronicle

The family of a Battle of Britain hero are being invited to be guests of honour at North Wales's biggest airshow.
Rhyl Airshow to pay tribute to The Few - Rhyl Journal

Popular botanist David Bellamy has praised youngsters from a Flintshire school who have taken part in a project to mark the latest link in the All Wales Coastal Path.
Botanist David Bellamy visits Gronant Primary School - Flintshire Chronicle

Historic properties, including Chirk Castle, join super heroes, racing cars and Transformers in making it to Top Trumps status.
Historic North Wales properties become Top Trumps - Daily Post

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