As Welsh Government Covid Rules are changing as of Saturday 15th allowing up to 500 people at outdoor events we are now able to share the locations of our culture bus-so please come down and join it! We still have lots of places to visit across the county!
We have 2 buses so take a look and find the one closest to you –
11.45am Turf car park
12.45pm Rafa club
14.00pm Bwlchgwyn Memorial (LL11 5UT)
14.30pm Jordan’s Garage (LL11 3US)
15.00pm Brymbo Cric (LL11 5TF)
15.30pm Broughton Estate office (LL1 6LW)
10am Queens Square
10.30 Crown buildings (Chester St)
11.00am Border Retail Park
11.30am Salvation army (LL11 1RR)
13.30 Bellevue Road (LL13 7NH)
15.15 Chirk Pharmacy car park
16.00 Glyn Ceiriog Clinic (LL20 7HH)
10.00am Gwersyllt shops (LL11 4NT)
10.45am Llay Resource Centre (LL12 0SA)
11.15am Gresford Colliery Club (LL12 8EE)
11.45am Rossett Green (LL12 0HW)
12.30pm Bellis – Holt (LL13 9YU)
13.00pm Holt Lodge
10.00am Penley layby
10.45am Overton Library
11.30am Bangor on Dee Royal Oak
12.15pm Marchwiel football Club
On Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th January 2 Wrexham City of Culture buses will be touring the county in order to raise awareness and support for the #Wrecsam2025 bid.
The buses will have on board performers and artists who will be hopping off at different locations for a short performance, before jumping back on board and heading to the next location.
Due to current covid restrictions the City of Culture team have had to amend their original plans where over 40 events were to go ahead across the county- this also means that we are unable to share the exact locations and timings of where and when the busses will be passing through.
We’re asking residents across the county to keep your eyes peeled for the 2 red buses that will be on tour.
If you see one of the buses we’d love to see your pictures- you can share them with us using the #tag #Wrecsam2025
Performers taking part will be:
- Delta Academy Ladies Choir
- NEW Sinfonia Brass Quintet
- Coleg Cambria Musical Theatre
- Luke Gallagher
- Megan Lee
- Andy Hickie
- Delta Academy Youth Dancers
- Eleni Cymru Dance Group
Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities, Place and Partnerships at Wrexham County Borough Council added: “The buses are a novel way of engaging with the entire community of Wrexham, without encouraging large gatherings or unnecessary journeys. As much as we would have liked to have greater engagement, we’ll need to wait until it’s safe to do so. “Becoming UK City of Culture in 2025 will be a fantastic tool in our future recovery from covid and I encourage everyone to learn more about the competition and the benefits it will bring to Wrexham. In the meantime I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled over the next few days for the big red culture buses.