WORK has been completed on two major projects by a Bodelwyddan firm.

Almost 20 years after building the original hospice buildings, Wynne Construction has delivered a £2.5 million extension at St Kentigern Hospice, in St Asaph.

The construction company has also finalised work on the £3.7m Conwy Culture Centre on the site of the old Bodlondeb School.

St Kentigern Hospice appointed Wynne Construction in September 2018 to build the extension that will significantly extend its day therapy, inpatient facilities, and enhance its community provision.

The development will increase the bed provision from eight to 12, meaning it can cater for a 50 per cent increase in the number of people it supports.

Graham Dickson, Wynne Construction contracts manager, was part of the team that constructed the original buildings at St Kentigern almost two decades ago.

He said: “This has been a 12-month project completed on time and (it) went really well.

“Back when the first buildings were constructed, before I became a contracts manager, I was actually a site agent on there and I met up with the hospice manager on this job who was in place back then as well.”

The now completed Conwy Culture Centre will include a new library, café, arts and heritage hub, plus a new home for the county’s archive.