Rhydymwyn to restart chemical weapons programme

It's a local economy of sorts


The quaint village of Rhydymwyn in Flintshire is planning a return to the production of mustard gas following an increase in tension across the globe.

With the relationships between global powers becoming frostier with each passing day, the small community claim it’s only fair that they have the opportunity to defend themselves should the worst happen. The village is known across the world for the production of Mustard Gas during World War II.

Local resident Denis Jones welcomes the return, he said: “Every community has its own little economy to keep it chugging along nicely, like pottery or tourism. Ours just happens to be the production of a blister-inducing chemical warfare agent, that’s all. If they come, we’re ready.

“We do have a cricket team too”, he added.