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Denbighshire Visitor (defunct)

The Denbighshire Visitor was a weekly freesheet tabloid newspaper distributed at pickup points in the county of Denbighshire in North Wales, covering the towns of Rhyl, Prestatyn, St Asaph, Rhuddlan, Ruthin and Denbigh, the Vale of Clwyd, and further inland as far as Corwen and Llangollen.

It was published by Trinity Mirror (North Wales), the local division of the Trinity Mirror newspaper publishing group. Until 2008 the area was served by two separate titles: the Rhyl & Prestatyn Visitor (founded in 1992) and the Abergele & St Asaph Visitor (founded in 1861 as the Abergele and Pensarn Visitor). But a rearrangement of coverage areas in that year brought St Asaph into the fold of the single new title. Another freesheet title, The Vale Advertiser, ceased publication at the same time. (The old mini-site at hasn’t been updated since September 2008.)

It came out on Wednesdays. A free e-edition was also available by email.

It ceased publication in July 2011.