YOUR nearest pothole could be set for a makeover this year as part of an ongoing county-wide programme to improve Denbighshire roads.

A number of roads in Ruthin, Denbigh, St Asaph and the Dee Valley area will receieve small-scale improvements as part of Denbighshire County Council’s (DCC) Highways Capital Programme 2018/19.

About 38 sections of road in the region were improved by DCC under the programme last year.

Another 15 will receive patching and small-scale surfacing under the 2019 end of the programme.

A DCC spokesperson said: “As part of our work to ensure communities in Denbighshire are connected, we have been undertaking an ongoing and extensive schedule of work on the county’s roads.

“This includes surface dressing works on roads that are generally in a reasonable condition so they are kept from deteriorating, as well as patching work to ensure roads are in a safe condition.”

The roads set for the small-scale works are:

Ruthin area

• Llanfwrog to Efenechtyd; March 11

• Bryneglwys to Carrog (Morfydd); March 13

• A525 Station Road, Ruthin; road to be surface dressed; TBC

• A5104 Dafarn Dwrych to Corwen; TBC

• Pentre Coch junction; TBC

Denbigh area

• Nantglyn to Denbigh (Segrwd); to start February 18

• Crud y Castell, Denbigh; to start February 18

• Ffordd Colomendy, Denbigh; to start February 25

• Pentrefelin to County boundary (Gales); to start March 4

• A543 Denbigh to Groes; TBC, drainage improvements currently being designed.

St Asaph area

• Tai Cochion / Cyrchynnen, Waen; TBC

• Haunching of Gypsy Lane, Trefnant; TBC

• The “worst section” of the Tremeichion to Denbigh Green road; TBC

Dee Valley area

• Llechwedd Cilan, Llandrillo; to start March 27

• Unclassified road from Carrog to Glyndyfrdwy (St David’s College); TBC.

For more information contact Denbighshire County Council by calling 01824 706000.