Denbighshire County Council will pay tribute to emergency service workers.
The Council has commissioned a special flag for Emergency Services Day on September 9 to recognise and support emergency services personnel and their immense contribution to society by providing a safe and supported environment for us all.
The flag will fly at County Hall, Ruthin, on Wednesday, September 9 and will mark the contribution of the 999 services.
Cllr Meirick Lloyd-Davies, Chair of Denbighshire County Council, said: “Emergency Services Day provides us with an opportunity to thank emergency services personnel for the dedicated service they provide to us all on a daily basis and the Council is honoured and delighted to support this event.
“During the recent months, the emergency services have shown us once again what a vital service they provide to the public. Over one million people work in the British emergency services today – many of whom are volunteers.
“We would like to thank them all for their service and dedication all year round.”