Denbighshire County Council is informing residents of its plans to accommodate visits to Llangollen’s Horseshoe Falls.
With a busy weekend expected, the Council is working to manage the increase in visitors and has made a number of preparations.
Extra countryside rangers are being deployed at Horseshoe Falls, to provide information, support for visitors and help deal with any issues.
The Council is aware also aware of parking issues at the tourist spot and will be deploying civil enforcement officers to manage the site.
Residents and visitors are reminded parking restrictions are important for both road safety and ensuring there is a fair turnover of parking spaces.
Motorists not complying with parking restrictions risk receiving a Penalty Charge Notice.
The Council is asking visitors to park responsibly in designated areas and to respect the countryside, this includes keeping dogs on a lead and to bring picnics rather than disposable barbeques.
Those wishing to visit Horseshoe Falls on Saturday can also use the Dee Valley Picturesque Bus Service which is available to pick up from Llangollen Parade Street from 8.35am. The service will stop at the falls and more information can be found here – https://www.clwydianrangeanddeevalleyaonb.org.uk/projects/the-picturesque-bus/
Visitors are reminded to be respectful to those working to ensure the safety and enjoyment of visitors and residents.