The old postcard at the top has a caption beginning with RHYL. The question was: Where was the picture taken?
The other postcard appears without its caption and shows a pub which for a while had been the home of Victorian explorer H. M. Stanley. The question was: Where was the picture taken?
The answers are:
Cefn. The caption says RHYL CEFN CAVE. Note the singular form; usually we say ‘caves’.
Glascoed. The caption says: Cross Foxes Inn, Glascoed near Bodelwyddan Church (the old home of Stanley, the Explorer).
T. EASTHAM PROPRIETOR.
The winner is:
Peter Trehearn, his first win. Peter believes that what brings visitors to Rhyl are sea, sand and scenery. Making the most of our natural assets would be the best way to promote the resort.