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Denbighshire Leisure to light up attractions in red in support of World Leukaemia Day

This Saturday, 4th September, Denbighshire Leisure Ltd will be showing its support for a world-wide cause by lighting up its attractions.

Rhyl Sky Tower, Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, 1891 restaurant and bar, the Events Arena waterfall, coastal bus shelters and The Ruthin Craft Centre, will all be lit up in red this weekend in support of World Leukaemia Day.

World Leukaemia Day is the one day of the year that people from all over the world come together to help raise awareness of leukaemia.  The non-specific signs and symptoms of leukaemia sometimes make it difficult to spot and the survival rates for this type of cancer are worsened by the high prevalence of emergency diagnosis.

Jamie Groves, Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure Ltd said “Denbighshire Leisure Ltd are proud to raise awareness of World Leukaemia Day by lighting up our attractions.  Leukaemia is the 13th most common cancer in the world and raising awareness is extremely important. We would like to take this opportunity to offer our best wishes and support to those who have had, or are currently undergoing treatment, and to the family and friends of those who have experienced the devastating outcomes of this diagnosis. In lighting up Denbighshire Leisure’s buildings in Rhyl and Ruthin, we would like everyone in Denbighshire to join us in supporting this occasion.”