North East Wales

£2.2m to resurface Denbighshire roads after hard winter

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Image caption Harsh winters are being blamed for the need for resurfacing

More than £2.2m is being spent on resurfacing roads in Denbighshire affected by last year's harsh winter, say officials.

The county council says it has selected the worst-hit roads in order of priority after consulting with town and community councils.

The Welsh government is contributing £1.15m towards the project.

Several roads are earmarked in Rhyl, Prestatyn, Denbigh, Llangollen, Corwen, Llandegla and Llandrillo.

"Recent harsh winters have had an impact on the quality of road surfaces," said David Smith, the council cabinet lead member for environment.

"This funding really will make a difference."

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