A ban on swimming at Rhyl beaches has been lifted after concerns over pollution.
Restrictions were put in place on Friday afternoon after Natural Resources Wales confirmed they were dealing with slurry pollution in the Afon Bach river in Denbighshire.
Today the organisation confirmed water quality had improved.
Notices were put up advising people not to bathe in the waters but they have since been removed.
Whilst it's good news for people who want to enjoy the sun this weekend, officers estimate the impact of yesterday's pollution may have killed up to a thousand fish.
Officers from Natural Resources Wales are still on site to monitor the affected areas.