We have searched for business suppliers in Rhyl, Clwyd a town with an approximate population of 25,149 , that at the census in 2011 had a working population (aged between 16 and 74) of 9,928 people in work, and have found 4 suppliers of services such as Wall Art, , Accountants, PAT Testing & Tool Suppliers in Rhyl and have listed them below split into the type of service that they provide.
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Accountants located in Rhyl
PAT Testing based in Rhyl
Tool Suppliers in Rhyl
Interior Decorating Photographs in Rhyl
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Rhyl (/rɪl/; Welsh: Y Rhyl, pronounced [ə ˈr̥ɨl]) is a seaside resort and community in the Welsh county of Denbighshire. It lies within the historic boundaries of Flintshire, on the north-east coast of Wales at the mouth of the River Clwyd (Welsh: Afon Clwyd). To the west is the suburb of Kinmel Bay and the resort of Towyn beyond, to the east Prestatyn, and to the south Rhuddlan. At the 2011 Census, Rhyl had a population of 25,149, with Rhyl-Kinmel Bay having 31,229. The Abergele–Rhyl–Prestatyn conurbation numbers over 60,000. Once an elegant Victorian resort, an influx from Liverpool and Manchester after the Second World War changed the town's face. It had declined sharply by 1990, but has since been improved by major regeneration investments. Several million pounds of European Union funding secured by the Welsh Government has been spent on developing the seafront.
The origin of the name "Rhyl" is not fully known. It appears in old documents variously as Hulle (1292), Hul (1296), Ryhull (1301), Hyll (1506), Hull (1508), [Leidiart] yr Hyll (1597), Rhil (1706), Rhûl (1749), Rhul (1773) Rhyll (1830), and Rhyl (1840). The name seems to be a hybrid of the English word "hill" and the Welsh definite article "y". Its exact significance is unclear as there are no hills in the vicinity. It may refer to a mound or raised place in an otherwise marshy region. Some documents refer to a dwelling house, Tŷ'n yr haul, meaning "House in the sun".
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