There’s only so much time in the day…and with all the news, social media notifications and other info competing for our time, it’s easy to miss stuff.
So here’s a quick rundown of some key stories on our blog over the past couple of weeks.
If you didn’t catch them the first time, take a peep. They’re still worth a read…
1. I don’t do that!
“I don’t do that” is probably the answer you’d get if you asked anyone if they deliberately dropped litter.
No-one admits to doing it yet there it is. It also costs us over £1 million a year to clear it up – money that could be used on other front line services.
2. Bullying – don’t suffer in silence
If you or someone you know is being bullied, there is help, advice and support available.
3. Heart attack survivor marshals race
A man who suffered a heart attack while taking part in a triathlon returned to help marshal this year’s competition.
4. Help available for veterans to hear better
A former Welsh Guardsman has called on veterans with hearing loss to get support from a new service run by charity Action on Hearing Loss Cymru.
5. Concerned about Alabama Rot?
We’ve had a couple of queries over the last week where concerned dog owners have asked us about Alabama Rot.
Please be assured that there are currently no known cases of Alabama Rot in Wrexham’s country parks.
6. Get pushy about our news
Push-notifications are like elasticated jogging bottoms. Sometimes they’re useful. Sometimes they’re annoying.
But if you like to stay up-to-speed with our stories, we have some good news…
7. The history of North East Wales in 100 objects
A new exhibition which opens at Wrexham Museum on 21 April is based on the challenge of telling the story of North East Wales in 100 objects.
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