A POPULAR Vale of Clwyd landmark has now reopened.

The Dr Evan Pierce Memorial Garden, on Vale Street, in Denbigh, has been closed over recent months due to an issue with the fountains at the site.

However, Denbigh Town Council has announced the garden is now open again following the completion of work.

"The town council is delighted to advise that the fountains have now been fully restored and are now in working order and are switched on," said a statement from the council.

"The garden has re-opened for public use."

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Back in April, it was announced that the Dr Evan Piece Memorial Garden had been closed to the general public for health and safety reasons.

A leak in one of the fountains was the reason for the closure of the listed garden.

Denbigh Town Council was looking to liaise with the conservation department of Denbighshire County Council and CADW to sort out the issue.

Previously they said: "The town council is grateful for the residents’ patience with the repair work.

"It has not been an easy task and has taken much longer than anticipated to complete."