This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Denbighshire. Situated in the north of Wales, the county is rural and supports a tourism industry.
Please submit to the best possible category that fits your site. Only submit your site at county level if there is not a town level category to accommodate it.
The title should be that of your organisation. The descriptions should say what your website offers in a clear and concise statement without any hype or promotional language.
This category caters for websites located in the Aberwheeler Community Council area of Denbighshire
on the boundary with Flintshire at  Nannerch.
This includes websites along the River Wheeler, west from the Clwidian Range at Afon Wen represented by  Caerwys,
to the confluence with the River Clywd, and around the A541 which runs along the north back of the Wheeler.
The village of Bodfari has its own community council, and until there are sufficient websites, to justify its own category
these are listed here, whereas websites for further north are included in the  Tremeirchion locality category.
Those to the west of the River Clwyd are listed in the  Trefnant locality category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about or showing their postal address in
in the area of east Denbighshire, administered by the community councils of Aberwheeler or Bodfari .

Bodelwyddan is the town and community inland from   Ruddlan and  Rhyll, with the River Elwy as its south and east boundary.
Bodelwyddan separates  St Asaph from the border of Conwy, along the A55 to  Abergele.
This category lists websites for the Bodelwyddan Community Council area, whereas those
south east of the Elwy in Denbighshire are listed in  Trefnant locality category, and
those the south west are listed in Conwy category for  Llannefydd community council.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about or showing their postal address in
in the area of west Denbighshire administered by the community council of Bodelwyddan.

The  Regional Tree View [ ] shows websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic in more detail.
Please suggest websites to the locality where the business is based.
The range of service may be included in the description there.
If the website does not show more than one locality in Denbighshire, please suggest it to the appropriate  Locality,
so that they can be added to the  Regional Tree View [ ]
showing websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic.
Corwen is a town and community on the south bank of the River Dee , served by the A5, between 
Llangollen and  Conwy_County_Borough and the northern tip of Gwynedd, north of  Bala.
This category lists websites for the Corwen and the Cynwyd Community Council area, to the south.
Those for the area at the south west tip of of Denbighshire, are listed in the  Llandrillo locality category.

To qualify for this category, websites should be exclusively about or showing their postal address in
in the area of west Denbighshire administered by the community councils of Corwen and Cynwyd.

This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Denbigh. A market town with some modern light industry.
If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

This category leads to websites about community administration within the county of Denbighshire,
including local government, policing, the judicial system, taxation and the military.
At local level, community councils may be listed under the  Government Topic [ ], but where
these websites provide a guide or directory of local amenities, history, attractions
and/or businesses, they are listed with the  Guides and Directories Topic.
Individual politicians and their parties are listed under the Society and Culture category , and
are best seen under the  Politics Topic.
Please suggest websites to the appropriate locality so that they me be added to the
  Regional Tree View [ ] there.
This category leads to websites in the council area of Llandegla, with  Llanarmon-yn-Ial to the north,
with the Clwydian Range, and Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd to the west, Bryneglwys to the south west,
and Maesyrychen Mountain to the south in Llantysilio council area, west of  Llangollen.
Llandegla Forest on the east boundary of Denbighshire, with  Coedpoeth to the east in Wrexham,
and  Llanfynydd to the north east in Flintshire.
This category is for sites emanating from and relating to the town of Llangollen situated in the valley of the River Dee. The town is best known for the International Musical Eisteddfod it has hosted since 1947, and also has a thriving tourist trade, as it is on a main route into the mountains of North Wales.
If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Prestatyn situated on the North Wales coast. Predominantly a tourist and holiday town.
Sites pertaining to Business and Economy , Education or Travel and Tourism should be submitted to their appropriate category.
This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Rhyl situated on the North Wales coast. The town is a major holiday destination, known for its large amusement park.
Sites pertaining to Business and Economy , Recreation and Sports or Travel and Tourism should be submitted to their appropriate category.
This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Ruthin best known for its castle which can be traced back to the Norman Conquest (1066).
Sites pertaining to Education or Travel and Tourism should be submitted to their appropriate category.
This category is for sites emanating from and relating to St Asaph.
For websites for amenities and business providing transport for people in Denbighshire,
The  Regional Tree View [ ] shows websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic in more detail.