A Conversation with Photographer Colin Thomas
Photographer Colin Thomas will be in Oriel Wrecsam on 5 May for an event which will discuss his style of photography with Thomas Dukes curator at the Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool.
Youngsters in Communities First areas encouraged not to miss out on university
Children in Communities First areas in Wrexham had the chance to visit universities in North Wales and Chester in an effort to fire up their interest in Higher Education.
Dog Control Order Enforcement
Dog owners in Wrexham are reminded that Dog Control Orders are in force throughout the county borough. The Dog Fouling Orders mean that fixed penalty notices of £75 can be issued if you allow your dog to foul without removing the waste.
Council thanks community council for generous pledge to crowdfunding campaign
A community council has shown its support for a campaign aiming to preserve a series of veterans’ standards with a pledge of £100.
Wrexham Council’s Trading Standards team is warning householders to be on their guard following a number of incidents concerning roofing work.
Homeowners need to be cautious if someone is telling them their roof requires replacement.
Tenant sends card to repairs team as thanks for prompt work
A woman whose home received rapid repairs thanks to a council team praised their quick efforts.
Queen’s 90th Recognised in Wrexham
A beacon will be lit on top of the tower of St Giles Church in Wrexham on Thursday 21 April to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday. The Beacon will be lit at 8.30 pm and the Mayor of Wrexham, Cllr Barbara Roxburgh will be in attendance.
Cheapest All Day Parking in Town!
Visitors to the town centre can now take advantage of a 3 hour parking charge Monday to Friday at £2.00 in Waterworld and an all day charge on Saturday and Sunday of £2.00 in both Waterworld and Crown Buildings.
Youth Service Consultation
Over 400 individuals, groups or organisations have taken part in the ongoing consultation into proposed cuts to the Education Enrichment and Intervention provision.
Redesigning Plas Madoc
A report will go before the Council’s Executive Board tomorrow, asking members to approve the first stages of a proposed redesign project for the Plas Madoc estate.
Artist draws council HQ based on staff’s impressions
An artist will immortalise council headquarters as part of an upcoming exhibition and publication of council buildings across England and Wales.
Zero Tolerance for Dog Fouling and Littering
A zero tolerance towards dog fouling and littering is now in effect across the county borough.
Draft Flood Risk Management Plan Consultation
A six week consultation has begun on a Draft Flood Risk Management Plan for Wrexham.
Owners urged to get dogs microchipped as new national regulations come in to place.
All dog owners are reminded of the new legislation which will make it compulsory for them to have their pets chipped.
Young photographer’s work proves popular exhibition at centre
A photographer’s work has drawn a strong public response thanks to an exhibition at a village resource centre.
Transport Grant of Almost £500K Secured by WCBC
Transport grant funding of £476,560 has been secured from the Welsh Assembly by Wrexham Council. The funding will see more 20 mph routes to school, improved pedestrian and cyclist facilities and more safety training.
People with dementia in Wrexham will receive improved care thanks to leading course
Care workers in Wrexham will be provided with new, industry-leading training to help them and their colleagues improve the services offered to people living with dementia.
Children Celebrate Artistic Achievement at Rhosddu Primary
Children from three local schools have taken part in an Artist in Residency programme and have held a celebration pop up exhibition to show off their achievements.
Feel the Need for Speed?
BABS, the world's fastest car, as driven by Wrexham's JG Parry Thomas, will be on display on 1st April at Wrexham Museum between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.
Changes to health and social care in Wales are fast approaching
The six North Wales councils and the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board are supporting a campaign to inform residents across the region of significant changes to the way health and social care is provided in future.
A Lesson in Site Safety for Local Schoolchildren
A national construction firm has visited a local primary school to give a talk on site safety.
Commonwealth Flag to Fly in Wrexham
The Commonwealth Flag is flying in Wrexham to mark Commonwealth Day. It is one of over 850 Flags raised in locations throughout the Commonwealth.
New initiative aimed at future-proofing Wrexham’s workforce
Today sees the formal launch of Wrexham’s Employer Pledge – aimed at enhancing opportunities for employers and employees and boost the economic development of the County Borough and its wider region.
Work Starts at New Gwenfro CP School
Work has officially started on the £4.9 million new school in Wrexham. The school will replace the existing Gwenfro Community Primary School in Caia Park and has been jointly funded by the local authority and, Welsh Government through its 21st Century Schools and Education Programme
Freedom Leisure Takes on 9 Facilities from Wrexham Council
Wrexham Council has signed an agreement with Freedom Leisure to take over the management of 4 Leisure and Activity Centres and 5 Dual Use sports facilities across Wrexham.