Residents warned not to be pressured by bogus fish sellers
The Trading Standards team at Wrexham County Borough Council is warning consumers to beware of bogus salespeople trying to persuade householders to buy fresh fish.
Notice to public of work in North Stairwell at Peoples Market
Members of the public are advised that the North Stairwell of the Peoples Market will be closed to the public as contractors carry out repainting work from Tuesday, March 21.
Still Time to Submit your Calendar Entries for March
Amateur photographers have until the 31st March to submit their entries for this month's Wonders of Wrexham 2018 calendar competition.
Want to be a Councillor?
Residents and people working in Wrexham over the age of 18 are invited to consider standing for election in the 2017 Local Government elections to be held on May 4.
Mayor welcomes Armed Forces veterans to gathering at Guildhall
Scores of veterans attended a reception at the Wrexham Guildhall last week.
Apprenticeship schemes boosted by housing investment
Local students have received valuable training opportunities thanks to local authority investment in housing improvement work.
Community Council on the lookout for someone keen to help older people access essential services.
A vacancy is open at a Community Council for a vital worker who would help older and vulnerable people access the services and support available to them.
Council appeals for sponsors for to help improve look of area’s roundabouts
Businesses in Wrexham will have the chance to promote themselves via Wrexham County Borough Council’s roundabout sponsorship scheme.
Work continues on £1.4m development at Victorian cemetery
Work continues on the refurbishment of Wrexham Cemetery, as part of the £1.4 million Heritage Lottery Fund funded works to improve the Grade II Listed buildings.
February Winner Announced
The February winner of the Wonders of Wrexham 2018 Calendar photography competition has been announced - making it two in a row for Geraint Roberts!
Council tenants have been given help to clean up their community at a specially organised event.
The environmental clean-up day, which was organised by Wrexham Council and Local Member Cllr Brian Cameron, was held in the Tanycoed area of Caia Park.
Council tenants welcome improvement work in Chirk
A Wrexham Council tenant has praised improvement work which has been carried out on their property.
Tenants thrilled with new housing improvement work
Council tenants have welcomed improvement work which has recently been completed to their properties.
Public invited to give their say on “important” social services plan during consultation
Wrexham Council is inviting Social Service clients, carers and families to put forward their views on an annual summary of care for children and adults alike, with the start of an official consultation.
Dog owners welcome Public Space Protection Order
Dog owners in Alyn Waters Country Park have welcomed the introduction of the new Public Spaces Protection Order which came into force in March.
Commonwealth Flag to Fly Again
The Commonwealth Flag will once again be flown in Wrexham to mark Commonwealth Day on 13 March.
Don't Forget to Register to Vote
With only a few weeks to go until the local government elections Wrexham Council are encouraging residents to make sure they are registered to vote.
Response from Cllr Hugh Jones to Ian Lucas MP
Statement from Cllr Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities and Partnerships at Wrexham County Borough Council, responding to comments from Ian Lucas, MP for Wrexham.
Public invited to stay informed of council developments through My Updates bulletins
Residents and service users can save themselves the time of contacting the council to stay updated on important services by signing up to an e-mail bulletin system.
Residents, agencies and volunteers pitch in for community clean-up
A team of council workers, community representatives and volunteers took part in a clean-up event on Poyser Street, Wrexham, last week.
Colleagues bid farewell to two long-serving Heads of Service at council
Two longstanding senior officers at Wrexham County Borough Council will leave their roles at the authority at the end of the month, marking the end of long careers in their respective fields in local government.
Response to Wrexham Bus Station Press and Social Media Articles
Wrexham Council has responded to concerns raised about anti-social behaviour in and around Wrexham Bus Station highlighted recently on social media. In a statement Cllr Hugh Jones, Lead Member for Communities and Partnerships, has reassured people that action is being taken and progress is being made.
Parents, carers and children gather at sector networking event
Families of children with disabilities and additional needs and those working in the care sector took part in an information and networking event at the Memorial Hall, Bodyhyfrd, Wrexham on Friday.
Success of webcasting meetings to be reviewed
Thousands tuned in to watch important council meetings throughout 2016, with figures to be discussed by members of Wrexham Council later this week.
Wrexham Council Joins WWF's Earth Hour 2017
Wrexham Council has announced its support once again for Earth Hour—the annual, global celebration of the planet.
Dog fouling action continues with 10 fines handed out in February
Ten irresponsible pet owners were fined for failing to clean up after their animals this month.
Be aware of telephone scam
Please be aware of telephone calls from a company called Unity based in Birmingham