Denbighshire Leisure is lighting buildings this week in green and purple in support of Carers’ Rights Day.

Each year Carers’ Rights Day focuses on raising awareness of the needs of carers, on helping them be aware of their rights, and on letting them know how and where they can get help and support.   Organisations across the UK come together on Carers’ Rights Day to help carers in their community whether they are new to caring, or have been caring for many years, and regardless of their setting.

Rhyl Sky Tower, Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, 1891 Restaurant and Bar and the Events Arena waterfall will all be lit up in green and purple on Thursday, 25th November in support of carers across the country.

Jamie Groves, Managing Director of Denbighshire Leisure Ltd said “Every day many people become carers, and it is often unplanned.  Taking care of someone else can bring many challenges, and knowing where to get the right support can be crucial.  At Denbighshire Leisure Ltd we are delighted to light up buildings this year to help raise awareness of the Carers’ Rights campaign. ”