Got a new idea on how to promote the Welsh language?

As the government looks at reaching its 2050 goal of getting one-million Welsh speakers in Wales, new and innovative ideas are sought to encourage more people to...

The phenomenon that’s

We've all visited their web site, facebook page, seen their tweets and read their forum posts so just what is it about that makes it such...

How a derelict house got a new lease of life…

A former derelict townhouse has been refurbished, ready to go on the market, thanks to a Wrexham Council initiative. The property, in Rhosddu, had previously been in poor...

Congratulations to all A-Level students!

Well done to all this year's A level students, who have achieved some fantastic results. The overall A level pass rate in Wrexham schools is 96.7%, with almost...
Wrexham Underneath the Arches

What’s worth more than £115 million to Wrexham?

News just out shows that tourism figures for Wrexham are worth a staggering £115.9 million to the local economy- that an increase of over 37% since 2010. The...

King Street Coffee – perfect brew for success

There's no getting away from it. Coffee shops are becoming more and more popular and with three opening up every day in the UK it’s a common...
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Need help getting back into work?

If you are out of work and need some advice, Communities for Work can help you! There are dedicated teams across the County Borough that offer one to...

Looking for work? We might have just the job for you…

Wrexham Council’s Housing Repairs Service is currently recruiting for qualified construction workers in a number of trades, including plasterers, gas plumbers and labourers. The Housing Responsive Repairs Service...

Why does Rob like trading in the Butcher’s Market?

Meet Rob Clarke, he's a trader in the Butcher's Market and has been there for 11 years which is a great advert for being an independent trader...

Visitor numbers up in the town centre

There’s excellent news for the town centre as new figures show that visitor numbers were up 6% to around 77,000 pedestrians per week. The figures were collected...

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