Local Environment

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LLE - Map of the Bryneglwys SSSI

Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) are the most important sites for Wales’ natural heritage. They help conserve and protect wildlife, and geological and physiographical heritage. This map shows the SSSI that is within the Bryneglwys parish boundary.

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Dee at Corwen - Current River Level

RiverLevels.UK is a full listing of all river level monitoring stations across England, Scotland and Wales, as well as flood alerts and flood risk forecasts from the Flood Forecasting Centre. Click here for current and historical data for the Dee at Corwen.

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NRW - Good farming practice

Advice and guidance from Natural Resources Wales on agricultural waste, using sheep dip, intensive farming, managing trees, protecting landscapes and wildlife, septic tanks, storing slurry and silage, water abstraction, working near rivers, blue green algae etc.

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The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust

The Trust is one of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic landscape. The website has various resources of interest about Bryneglwys, including a Historic Settlement Survey completed in 2014.

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The Lle Geo-Portal

The Lle Geo-Portal has been developed as a partnership between Welsh Government and Natural Resources Wales. Lle serves as a hub for data and information covering a wide spectrum of topics, but primarily around the environment.

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NRW Places to Visit, incl. Clocaenog Forest

Find details of Natural Resources Wales’ woodlands, nature reserves, trails and open access land. The nearest to Bryneglwys is Clocaenog Forest (part of Hiraethog Forest), near Ruthin, which is a huge forest with stunning landscapes and rich wildlife.

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Report a Problem Using a Right of Way

Public rights of way are open to everyone and may run through remote countryside or private property. If you have a problem using a right of way, such as an obstruction, poor maintenance or a misleading sign, please use the linked form to report it.

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Denbighshire CC - Report a Pothole

Use the linked form to report a pothole or pavement problem to Denbighshire County Council. If you are reporting a pothole, please only do so if it is deeper than 40mm (1.5 inch) in the road or 25mm (1 inch) deep in the pavement.

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Denbighshire CC - Report a Faulty Street Light

Denbighshire County Council aim to repair all faults within 5 working days, however faults on the Scottish Power network may take up to 25 working days for a single fault, 20 working days for a multiple unit fault, or 10 working days for a high priority fault.

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Denbighshire CC - Report Fly Tipping

Fly-tipping Action Wales needs your help to create a future for Wales that is free from fly-tipping. A future where fly-tipping is socially unacceptable. A future where we all work together to take responsibility for our waste and take pride in our communities.

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Denbighshire CC - Report a Dead Animal on the Road

Use the linked form to report any dead animals you find on the road to Denbighshire County Council. This includes wild animals like foxes and deer, farm animals like sheep, and domestic animals like cats and dogs.