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The village is notable for its football club, Rhewl F.C. Rhewl primary school was scheduled to be shut down in 2005, but protests by local newspapers and parents of the pupils saved the school from being closed. The village holds an annual Family Fun Day with live music, hog roast, displays and many more attractions. The village is also noted for the Drovers Arms public house and Lady Bagot's Drive, a picturesque two mile walk up the River Clywedog that was originally laid as a carriageway by Lord Bagot for his wife in Edwardian times to traverse between Rhewl and Bontuchel. Parts of the drive are privately owned.
Rhewl railway station was on the line opened by the Denbigh, Ruthin and Corwen Railway and closed in 1962, three years before the line's closure. The station's main building is still in existence.
- "UK | Wales | North East Wales | Parents warned on schools debate". BBC News. 20 March 2005. Retrieved 7 July 2012.
- "Station Name: RHEWL". Disused Stations. Retrieved 23 January 2016.
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