Great picture shared with us by Stan Williamson- stunning rainbow over the A494 taken at Aston Hill
Wepre Brook is quite feisty in full flow .. as filmed on Monday
What a difference a day makes 🎼 feeling very Spring like in Wepre Park today.. Lovely
Weather quite pleasant this afternoon in Deeside
Carl Sargeant: Connah's Quay Labour Club is open for people to call in and sign a book of condolence. [Pic: Bernie Attridge]
Always great to see the Red Arrows at Hawarden Airport, they gave those watching a special treat on returnfrom Rhyl on Sunday with a stunning 'Spaghetti break before landing, noce touch to do a flaypast over Cilcain show today as well...
Will Legendary Pokémon GO be in Chester this weekend ?? Internet rumours are rife amongst the legions of Pokémon Go fans that ultra rare Legendary Pokémon will appear in Chester, Niantic is finally introducing Legendaries into the game ahead of this weekend’s Pokémon Go Fest in Chicago. According to the folks behind the clued up “Pokemon GO – Chester” Twitter account @ChesterPokeGo The chances of Legendary Pokémon appearing in Chester depend on events in the USA, if challenges are completed by those attending Pokémon Go Fest by Chicago this weekend Legendary Pokémon will be rolled out world wide. For Chester, the increased number of gyms on Saturday and Sunday means a much higher rate of legendary raids, so although you don’t have to be there to catch one, there will be a much higher chance. The legendary raid passes will be rare prizes for normal raids, so again, being able to complete more raids due to the density of gyms means people at the Chester event will have a much better chance of finding the passes. http://www.deeside.com/speculation-growing-ultra-rare-legendary-pokemon-go-will-chester-weekend-heritage-event/
Plans for a giant ‘Iron Ring’ sculpture at Flint Castle were unveiled on Friday 21 July, by Ken Skates, Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure. A Iron Ring sculpture costing £395,000 and said to symbolise a giant rusted crown forms part of a £630,000 investment project at the Castle and foreshore. The huge sculpture will measure up to seven metres high and 30 metres wide, and symbolises a giant rusted crown representing the relationship between the medieval monarchies of Europe and the castles they built.
Stunning photo by @athphotographic looking back at Connah's Quay,