Royal Rhyl will be held on Saturday June 4 on the town’s high street and includes a first-time visit from an historical regal guest, royal-themed crafts and activities, and traditional seaside activities. The highlight of the day-long event will be a visit from the Sol Cinema, the world’s smallest picture house, powered entirely by the sun.
Town Council clerk Gareth Nickels said: “Up and down the land, people will be celebrating the Queen’s achievement as Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. Rhyl will be no different with a day of fun-filled free family entertainment to mark the historic occasion.
Paul O’Connor, co-founder of the Sol Cinema, said: “We love coming to North Wales and are always made to feel very welcome. We are delighted to be invited to take part in this special weekend; we look forward to opening the cinema doors and ushering in guests for what is set to be a very regal Rhyl day.”
Royal Rhyl will be held on Rhyl high street between 11am-4pm on Saturday June 4.