Denbighshire is mainly made up of the Vale of Clwyd, a beautiful fertile valley that runs from the sea at Rhyl to the Horseshoe Pass overlooking Llangollen, home of the International Musical Eisteddfod. Along the way it passes through the ancient town of Denbigh, with its walls mostly intact and the massive castle frowning down from the hill top, and Rhuthun, a charming market town where King Arthur lost his chance to be in the history books. (I have now fulfilled my promise to go down there and tell that story.)
There are also some lovely villages and the charming cathedral city of St Asaph, with its links to Ty Mawr and the Welsh Bible. Then we have the fascinating story of Eliseg's Pillar, where a now-illegible inscription reminds us of a great missionary and a great masscre.
Our last film was shot a few years ago and shows one of the mountain biking runs in the beautiful Clwydian Range.