New fencing gives Flintshire tourist site glimmer of hope
could be the answer to restoring a Flintshire tourist attraction back to its former glory.
The Greenfield Mills heritage site within Greenfield Valley Park has been victim to a spate of vandalism attacks rendering the building unsafe for people to visit. The attraction which has been in the North Wales town of Holywell since 1776 is very popular with tourists.
In order to protect the historic mill the council plans to erect a permanent fencing around the structure to allow public access to the site once more. Councillor Rosetta Dolphin said she had already secured £8,000 from Flintshire council, who owns the site, to build the fence.
Ms Dolphin told The Leader: "There is concern about the lack of public access. What we want is security fencing to cover the buildings so people can get in and walk through but can't get to the parts that are being damaged."
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Date: 21/02/2012 14:42:58
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