Published: 29th Feb 2012

Building lasting relationships of trust between people and institutions is the way forward for community development and cohesion, says Nigel Moores Moments in Time, a photographic celebration of the town’s seaside heritage situated at Drift Park on Rhyl’s promenade. ‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.’ Margaret Mead, anthropologist The One Rhyl project was born from an idea conceived by the local Catholic priest, Father Charles Ramsey. Father Charles is well known in west Rhyl as one who is concerned with the plight of the area and its community. Sadly the ward of west Rhyl, in which his church stands, is the most deprived in Wales. Indeed, of the top five most deprived wards in Wales, three are in the town of Rhyl. Over the years many third sector organisations have … (To read the full article, subscribe below)