Wrexham set for a greener future.
New trees are set to be planted on urban parks and open spaces across Wrexham County Borough. A report will go before Wrexham Council’s Executive Board tomorrow, asking members to approve an “ambitious new Tree and Woodland Strategy” for the County.
Centre thanks energy efficiency company for new furniture.
Staff at a community resource centre and library which will benefit from new furnishings and fittings worth more than £3,000 thanked an energy company for their “generous” donation.
Changes to Post 16 School Transport
Parents and carers are being advised that there are changes to Post 16 transport - school 6th form or college - that come into effect in September 2016.
It's Time to Apply for School Transport
Parents and carers are reminded that they will need to apply for primary and secondary School Transport from September if they are entitled to do so.
Council receives ‘special recognition’ award for Community centre refurbishment
Wrexham Council has received an award for refurbishment work carried out on a local community centre.
'Not Just for Boys' career event to be held at prison site.
A careers fair for women and girls looking to get in to the construction industry will take place at the North Wales Prison Site on Bridge Road South, Wrexham Industrial Estate, from 12.30pm until 3.30pm on Thursday, February 18.
Council leader sends his thanks to “hard-working” gritting team
Cllr Mark Pritchard, Leader of Wrexham County Borough Council, gave his thanks to the council’s team of gritting staff who have helped combat the recent poor weather.
Sports Awards 2016
In response to rumours on social media, Wrexham County Borough Council can confirm that the Annual Sports Awards for 2016 are not cancelled, and sponsorship is sought to help with funding the event.
Holocaust Memorial Day 2016
This year's theme for Holocaust Memorial Day "Don't Stand By" and recognises the countless examples of those who didn't stand by but took action for those beingpersecuted at considerable risk to themselves.
Applications open for educational panel
Parents and professionals are invited to join an education panel which will help make important decisions on admissions and exclusions.
Work Starts on New Hafod y Wern School
Work has officially started on a £5.3 million new school at Hafod y Wern in Caia Park Wrexham, which has been jointly funded by the local authority and, Welsh Government through its 21st Century Schools and Education Programme.
Extra funds will help preserve historical documents
Historically important documents and artefacts kept in Wrexham, revealing the records of an important chemists and influential family, will be preserved thanks to extra funding.
Residents and service users urged to sign up to alerts system
Residents are advised to take advantage of a council alerts system as poor weather looks set to impact on a number of services.
Rhosnesni High School Out of Special Measures
Rhosnesni High School is now officially out of Special Measures following the latest inspection by education watchdog Estyn who have seen significant improvements at the school.
Local landlord Received Help to Improve Property
A private landlord in Wrexham has received funding and support to refurbish a property for letting.
New Displays Unveiled at Wrexham Museum
Local schoolchildren attended Wrexham County Borough Museum this morning to unveil their new Community Case Displays
High Praise from Estyn for Park Community School
Pupils, staff and governors at Park community School in Llay have plenty to smile about following a successful Estyn inspection which gave them a "Good" evaluation.
Tattybogle, the statue by tree carver Simon O'Rourke has been found safe.
Draft Strategic Equality Plan 2016 Consultation
Residents in Wrexham are invited to take part in a consultation seeking views on the Council's Draft Strategic Equality Plan for 2016 - 2020.
Kids Take Over Wrexham Library
Tuesday 16th February 2016 - Ever wanted to see what it would be like to work in your local library or family information service? Here’s your chance.
Roadshow will help householders save on energy bills
Local residents are being invited to attend an event to help them save money on their energy bills
Welsh Government Plans "Not Good Enough" for Unique Tourist Destination
Plans to reduce grass cutting to just one cut per year and close lay-bys along the A483 have been called into question by Wrexham Council.
One week left for Welsh language consultation
Welsh speakers and Welsh-language council service users are urged to have their say on Wrexham Council’s services before consultation closes.
Council to Review Car Parking Charges
Visitors to the town centre will be able to park for longer for less money if new parking charges are approved.
Residents in areas hit by crime will see the increased presence of PCSOs.
A proposal will go to Wrexham Council’s Executive Board on Tuesday, January 12, aiming to change the way community policing is delivered in the county borough as the council’s delivery of Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) is reviewed.
Heritage and Archives will join Arts and Libraries under new Wrexham super-trust
Services which help preserve the history of Wrexham will join cultural and library services under a new trust, if council plans are approved.
School site will go on to provide education for children in Wrexham
The site of the former Groves High School will gain a new lease of life as the home of a new school if plans by Wrexham County Borough Council are approved.