If you live in the Cefn, Plas Madoc and Ruabon areas of Wrexham there’s a chance to find out first-hand how you can establish your own business that will help older or disabled residents to improve their independence.
Wrexham Community Catalyst, Tom Hughes, will be on hand at Cefn, Rhosymedre and Newbridge Community Association on Monday 18 July between 10am and 12pm to answer your questions about how you can become involved.
You may already have an idea that you’d like to take further or you’d just like to help people in your community to improve their quality of life and this is an opportunity to work locally, earn an income and make a positive difference.
Tom said, “I’m looking forward to meeting many people from the area and to setting them on their way to become self-employed and make a positive difference to their community. They’ll join several others who have taken this route into employment by using and enhancing the skills they already have.”
Cllr John Pritchard, Lead Member for Adult Social Care, said, “This is an excellent opportunity for people to become involved and by being self-employed they will be able to enjoy a work life balance that suits them and their families.”