He may have got away with murder so far this year, but it looks as though Pat Phelan’s luck may just run out in the New Year. In potentially the soap’s darkest and sinister scenes earlier this year, Phelan forced captivated Andy Carver to kill the builder’s nemesis - Vinny Ashford - in order to secure his freedom. After brutally shooting the conman dead, another gun shot was heard, before viewers got a glimpse of Andy’s lifeless body.
North Wales will host its first ever dedicated prosecco festival next year it has been announced - and THREE more could be on the way. The North Wales Prosecco Festival - dedicated to nothing but the fizzy stuff - will be held in Wrexham on May 19 next year. And organisers have revealed they are looking to bring another three fizz festivals to the region next summer to be held in Mold, Llandudno and Bangor. Further details will be revealed in the New Year.
Mold town council bosses were forced to cancel the annual Santa dash yesterday due to “elf and safety” (oh come on it's nearly Christmas) fears. Around 300 dashing Santa’s were expected to descend on the town for the annual festive race before town manager Dave Hill postponed the event following treacherous weather conditions and heavy snow. It came as parts of the region were hit, with Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire worst affected by the weekend white-out.
@Pensans@dailypostwales Hi Julia - do you live near the Octel? I am just wondering whether there is any visible damage to the building today? Fire service told me there was 100% damage to one of the office blocks. Thanks, Lydia
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