Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham’s newest market, community and arts facility has received national coverage as the Guardian newspaper has given it a massive high five for its architectural vision in creating a community space that is meant to be used by everyone.
It’s just 5 months since this innovative project opened to the public it’s fast becoming the regional place to visit.
Whether it’s to see national exhibitions, musical performances and gigs, take welsh classes, have a super lunch or a place to browse market stalls, everyone is welcome at Tŷ Pawb.
Cllr Hugh Jones, lead Member for Communities, Partnerships, Public Protection and Community Safety, commented “It’s really great to see how Tŷ Pawb is taking its place on the regional and local arts scene. Footfall over the summer holidays exceeded expectations and most days saw a buzz of activity for children of all ages. There’s lots more planned to take us through autumn and into the winter months.”
Haven’t visited yet? Well what are you waiting for – take a look here at what’s going on or why not just visit to browse the market stalls or have something to eat?
To find out what’s going on at Tŷ Pawb take a look at their web site hereAPPLY FOR A PUPIL DEVELOPMENT GRANT