Campaigners wanting to keep a community care home open are showing their support by placing posters saying ‘We Love Cysgod y Gaer’ in homes, shops and cars in Corwen and the surrounding villages.
The posters are designed to show the strength of feeling in the community prior to Denbighshire Council’s public meetings in the town on Monday November 30th as part of their consultation into their In-House Care Provision.
The posters were funded by a successful crowd-funding campaign, where members of the public contributed money towards printing costs.
Mabon ap Gwynfor, who set-up the crowd-funding campaign, said, “The support towards Cysgod y Gaer is amazing. The whole community has come behind this campaign to ensure that this well loved and well run care care home remains open for future generations.
“Denbighshire Council is consulting on the future of in-house care provision and it’s important that as many people as possible make their voices heard. When Council officers come to Corwen on Monday 30th, we want them to see the strength of support with these posters in windows around the whole town and neighbouring communities.
People wishing to pick up a poster can do so at Glyndwr Gifts or Hughes Newsagents, Corwen.
Denbighshire’s public consultation meetings will be held on 25th November at Rhyl Football Club; 30th November – Canolfan Ni, Corwen; and 14th January at Eirianfa Community Centre, Denbigh, between 2.30-4.00 and 6-7.30pm
Anybody who can’t attend can send comments to the Customer Connections Team on 01824 708090; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or send comments to Customer Connections Team, Russell House, Churton Road, Rhyl, Denbighshire, LL18 3DP.
The closing date for the consultation is Sunday 17th January 2016.