Denbighshire Leisure Ltd is lighting up its attractions in red in support of the ‘Go Red for Dyslexia’ campaign.

Ruthin Craft Centre, Rhyl Sky Tower, Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, 1891 Restaurant and Bar, the Events Arena waterfall and Denbighshire coastal bus shelters will all be illuminated in red from 22nd to 25th October as part of dyslexia awareness month

Go Red for Dyslexia aims to raise awareness of dyslexia, a common condition which causes difficulties in learning to read. Dyslexia is believed to affect between 5-10% of the world’s population, making their everyday lives more challenging. Since its discovery, health professionals all over the world have been working on different teaching approaches and strategies to help people with dyslexia manage their condition.

Jamie Groves, Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure Ltd said “We’re lighting up our attractions to support those who live with dyslexia.  Dyslexia touches the lives of many people, whether they have been diagnosed themselves, or are supporting friends, family or colleagues who are working to overcome dyslexia challenges in their everyday life. ‘Go Red for Dyslexia’ recognises dyslexia at a global level, sharing positive information on the condition, and helping to reduce the stigma. Denbighshire Leisure Ltd are proud to support their campaign.”