All our plans are now ready and we are confident that this year's Eisteddfod is going to be a huge success.
We have also put together a fantastic range of both indoor and outdoor activities on the council stand - see "Wrexham Council activities at this year's Eisteddfod"
A temporary alternative road layout and one-way system will be in operation during the week. Further information can be found in our press release "Eisteddfod road restrictions announced"
Signs will be going up two weeks in advance of the Eisteddfod so that motorists are aware that there will be changes to routes and to give them an opportunity to consider alternatives for this period. All the car parks will be clearly signposted and we will make every effort to reduce queuing into the car parks.
The Council has organised a bus service especially for the Eisteddfod and buses will run to and from the Maes to the General Train station and the bus station every 10 minutes from 7.50am in the morning until 10.30 at night. Cost is £1 per journey and concessions will apply. Bus Timetables: Wrexham - National Eisteddfod Site
The Waste and Recycling teams will be responsible for clearing the rubbish from areas surrounding the Maes and our Public Health and Licensing officers have put plans in place that will keep us all safe and well throughout the week and all the necessary licensing laws are now in place.
We appreciate the support of our residents who live in and around the Maes itself while preparatory works have been undertaken and for their understanding that the site needs to be prepared for what is going to be a world class event, showcasing the Wrexham area to the whole of Wales and beyond.
We very much hope that the people of Wrexham will enjoy the Eisteddfod, as residents in all parts of Wales have done over the years, when it opens its gates on 29th July and we extend a warm welcome to all.
Wrexham and District 2011 National Eisteddfod Newsletters
National Eisteddfod 2011 Programme
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