Community cohesion describes the ability of all communities to function and grow in harmony together rather than in conflict. The community cohesion team aims to achieve this in a number of different ways.
Working in line with the ACPO Guidelines and the Equality Act 2010, the Anti Hate Project aims to eradicate incidents associated with the ‘protected characteristics’ laid out in the act.
Here you can find out about ‘One Wrexham’, the umbrella term for Community Cohesion work. This section includes the One Wrexham Charter and Children’s Charter and the One Wrexham Newsletter.
A range of Myth Busters have been produced to answer some commonly asked questions regarding the diverse community of Wrexham County Borough.
View the latest Community Cohesion strategy for 2011-2014. This shows our aims and aspirations for the next three years.
No recourse to public funds (NRPF) refers to people who are subject to immigration control and have no entitlement to welfare benefits or public housing.
If you’ve got any cohesion issues you need to talk to us about or just have that burning question that needs to be asked, our contact details are here. You can also find a list of useful cohesion related websites here.