Denbighshire Leisure Ltd (DLL) will be lighting up their attractions this March to shine a light on Prostate Cancer, as well as a range of activities across their leisure sites and fitness clubs.

In Wales, 1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives and the DLL team are on a mission to spread awareness throughout March.

The team will be raising money through special fitness classes, a social media campaign, Coffee and Cake dates at our fitness clubs Refuel cafes, wearing blue across the county and by lighting up the Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, 1891 restaurant and bar, The SkyTower, SC2 Rhyl and Ruthin Craft Centre between 5th and 11th of March.

Jamie Groves, Managing Director of DLL, said: “This is a fantastic cause to get behind and DLL are going all out to spread awareness for Prostate Cancer month this March. ‘March the Month’ is a virtual step challenge that we’re bringing to our clubs and fitness sites, for anyone who wants to keep active and help beat prostate cancer.  You can join thousands of people, across the nation, committing themselves to walk or wheel 11,000 steps a day throughout March.  Join in with our classes, wear blue and share the message this March, it could help save a life!”

More information on the campaign can be found on the DLL social media channels Facebook: @DenbighshireLeisure and X @DenbighshireL. shines at light on Prostate Cancer in March with host of activity across the business.