The following ad for J.B. Worrall, Bodfor Street, is from same newsletter:
Presumably Mr. Worrall was a member of the congregation. His shop was next to the Bee, where Station News is now:
The following advert for Jay's Cafe, Market Street, is from a souvenir booklet of the Royal Floral Hall early 1970s.
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Jay's Cafe is still marching on but not: "until 11 p.m."
[Generally, these days catering places in Rhyl close early. My pal Jill and I have found even 4 p.m. is too late to get a cuppa in some of 'em!]
From the same Floral Hall booklet comes this advert for Mival's Garden Centre, Rhuddlan Rd, and their shop at town end of Wellington Rd:
Their Rhuddlan Road site has gone. The Wellington Rd premises are still owned by the Mival family and currently occupied by Sassy (clothes and accessories):
From same Floral Hall booklet , and still on subject of horticulture, here is an advert for William Roberts Ltd whose Rhyl shop was in High Street with a branch in Prestatyn:
On the William Roberts corner now is The Games Exchange selling computer games, DVDs and CDs.
Oops, sorry Officer I didn't see you coming!
The colour photos in this post were taken last month by Yours Truly.
Colin Jones / email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MON 11th JAN 2015 UPDATE: David Thomas reports that earlier this month the shop Sassy closed down and moved out.