Denbighshire is a principal area and a county that is found in North Wales. Although it gets its name from the historic county of Denbighshire it has considerably different borders. The Administrative Headquarters is Ruthin. The region compromises of mostly hilly moorland. The Clwydian range is found in the east while in the west you can find the Hiraethog Moors. The Berwyn range is situated adjacent to the southern boundary. There is broad and fertile Vale of Clwyd which in the centre, as well as a narrow coastal plain which is located in the north. The area's average temperatures are 19°C in July and 2°C in January. Denbighshire was given Fairtrade County status on November 19, 2004. The Denbighshire County Council has its own website which offers visitors useful information like demographics, statistics, accommodation, things to do and places to visit.