Posted: Tue 31st Dec 2019

Happy New Year Deeside

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Tuesday, Dec 31st, 2019

Happy New Year Deeside, welcome to 2020 – a new decade has begun.

We’d just like to thank all those that have taken time to visit our website over the past year.

It’s been another record-breaking 12 months in terms of the number of people reading Deeside.com.  

Thank you for your continued support over the past six years (not quite a decade yet) without your story submissions, tweets, tip-offs, and general ‘banter’ we would struggle to exist.

What will the next twelve months bring us?

Who knows, but whatever it is, we will continue to bring you more relevant, local news and info and hopefully continue to stimulate lively debate with our stories on the Deeside.com social media channels.  

Here’s to 2020! Cheers🍷

 

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