David Jones, vice chairman of Denbighshire County Council, and Eirwen Godden, Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council Chief Officer, with Ian Murphy of Calor Gas who made the presentation to Eira Lewis, Ann Williams, Aeron Jones and Rhiannon Jones representing Llandrillo
Llandrillo is the best village in Denbighshire 2000 - and that's official!
The village, which has just over 450 inhabitants, has been declared the winner of the 'Denbighshire Village of the Year Competition' and received a £400 cheque to go with the prestigious title and certificate.
The competition, now in its third year, was organised by Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council.
Two representatives from outside the county judged the village and the numerous other entrants.
Having evaluated what every village offered, Llandrillo overall came top of the five individual categories of village life.
The £400 prize is to be put towards playground equipment, but the competition for Llandrillo doesn't end there.
The village will now go on to represent Denbighshire in the Calor Gas/Daily Telegraph Great Britain Village of the Year competition which is being contested by 44 villages from England, Wales and Scotland
Read more about the competition at http://www.villageoftheyear.org
The village has again won the best village in Denbighshire, with the Bro Dinam estate coming equal 3rd