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Town Centre Car Parking

Your guide to pay parking in Wrexham

Crescent Road - LL13 8HF

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
146 spaces / 0 disabled

0 - 1 hour - 50p
1 - 2 hours - £1.00
Over 2 hours - £1.50
Free parking after 3pm

Charges apply daily from 8.00am to 3.00pm including Sundays and bank holidays.

No access into car park before 7am
No access into car park after 7pm

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Restrictions

Height: No restrictions
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

Guildhall - LL11 1AR

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
Saturday and Sunday only
63 spaces / 4 disabled

0 - 1 hour - £1.00
1 - 2 hours - £1.50

6.00pm to midnight - £1.00

Charges apply daily from 8.00am to 6.00pm and 6.00pm to midnight including Sundays and bank holidays.

Maximum stay 2 hours

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Restrictions

Height: No restrictions
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

Library - LL11 1WS

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
84 spaces / 15 disabled

0 - 1 hour - £1.00
0 - 2 hours - £1.50

6.00pm to midnight - £1.00

Charges apply daily from 8.00am to 6.00pm and 6.00pm to midnight including Sundays and bank holidays.

Maximum stay 2 hours

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Restrictions

Height: No restrictions
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

Market Street - LL13 8BB

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
64 spaces / 9 disabled

0 - 1 hour - £1.00
0 - 2 hours - £1.50

6.00pm to midnight - £1.00

Charges apply daily from 8.00am to 6.00pm and 6.00pm to midnight including Sundays and bank holidays.

Maximum stay 2 hours

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Motorcycle Parking

Restrictions

Height: No restrictions
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

People's Market - LL13 8BB

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
326 spaces / 9 disabled

Daily charges from 8am - 3pm including Sundays and bank holidays.
Free parking after 3pm

Levels 1 / 1a

0 - 1 hour - 50p
1 - 2 hours - £1.00

Maximum stay 2 hours

Levels 2 / 2a / 3 / 3a / 4 / 4a

Open Monday - Saturday 8am - 7pm.

0 - 1 hour - 50p
1 - 2 hours - £1.00
Over 2 hours - £3.00

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Public Conveniences

Restrictions

Height: 6ft 2in / 1.9m
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

Rhosddu Road - LL11 1NF

8 disabled

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Restrictions

Height: No restrictions
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

St. George's Crescent - LL13 8HF

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
66 spaces / 4 disabled

8am - 6pm.

0 - 1 hour - £1.00
0 - 2 hours - £1.50

6.00pm to midnight - £1.00

Maximum stay 2 hours

Charges apply daily from 8.00am to 6.00pm and 6.00pm to midnight including Sundays and bank holidays.

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Restrictions

Height: 7ft 5in / 2.1m
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

St George's Crescent South - LL13 8HF

16 spaces / 2 disabled / 1 motorcycle

Free parking for 1 hour maximum stay with no return within 1 hour.

Disabled Badge Holders No time limit when showing valid disabled badge

Motorcycle Parking

St Giles - LL13 8NA

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
65 spaces / 4 disabled

0 - 1 hour - £1.00
0 - 2 hours - £1.50

6.00pm to midnight - £1.00

Maximum stay 2 hours

Charges apply daily from 8.00am to 6.00pm and 6.00pm to midnight including Sundays and bank holidays.

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Public Conveniences

Motorcycle Parking

Restrictions

Height: 7ft 6in / 2.2m
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

Waterworld - LL13 8BG

Parkmark® Safer Parking Accreditation
417 spaces / 16 disabled

8:00am - 6:00pm

0 - 1 hour - £1.00
1 - 2 hours - £1.50
Over 2 hours - £4.00

6pm - Midnight - £1.00

Disabled Badge Holders Free when showing disabled badge

Public Conveniences

Motorcycle Parking

Restrictions

Height: No restrictions
Weight: Not exceeding 30cwts unladen

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Your Guide to Wrexham Town Centre

Bellevue Park

The park was extensively re-furbished to it's original condition (Edwardian Period) partly funded by the Heritage Lottery, Urban parks Project, Welsh Development Agency and European Regional Development Fund and opened in June 2000.

The park contains a large number of mature trees which make up the shaded lime avenues that radiate from the bandstand area. There are also areas of new tree planting and ornamental shrub beds which were recently replenished as part of the Heritage Lottery re-furbishments. A landscaped rockery containing plants from the Edwardian period leads up to the to bowling greens.

Llwyn Isaf

The Llwyn Isaf is now a green space in the heart of the town and the outside living room for Yale College students.

Originally there was a house on this site known as Ypsytty Ucha (Upper Hospital) - a name hinting at perhaps a past connected to friars or monks. In the 19th Century the house was called Llwyn Isaf and became home to the vicars of Wrexham.

Shopmobility

The Shopmobility service operates a fleet of manual and electrically powered wheelchairs and scooters for use by anyone with mobility problems. Once a member, you just book the machine for when you need it.

Tel: 01978 312390
Minicom: 01978 262601

Wrexham Bus Services

The section includes downloadable timetables for local bus services as well as:

Tel: 01978 266166

Shopping In Wrexham

Wrexham is nothing less than a haven for shopaholics - the biggest and best retail centre in North Wales. Thousands of people from across the region choose Wrexham for the variety and quality of its shops and its convenient town centre parking.

It provides a modern shopping experience with traditional values. Smaller shops, boutiques and arcades in places such as Bank Street and College Street complement brand-new retail centres with famous High Street names.

Much of the town centre is pedestrianised, making it easy to get around. 250,000 square feet of shopping space has been added in the last few years and the difference as you walk around is quite incredible.

St Mary's Cathedral

Between the Reformation in Tudor times and the 1829 Catholic Emancipation Act, Catholics suffered varied but continual discrimination. Initially Wrexham's Catholics met near Seven Bridges Lane, now Market Street, to worship.

One of Wrexham's Catholics was Richard Thompson, ironmaster and colliery owner. He built the first Roman Catholic Chapel in the town in 1828 in King Street, but only after tricking the owner into selling as he would not sell to a catholic. Thompson opened the chapel upstairs, while passing the building off as his home.

St Giles Parish Church

St Giles is considered the greatest medieval parish church in Wales. Whilst steeped in history and abounding with treasures and delights for the visitor, it also remains a busy and popular church with the congregation committed to worship, and acknowledging the presence of God in our daily lives.

The Great Tower is one of "the Seven Wonders of Wales", and inside, a ceiling adorned with 16 colourful angels playing instruments and singing, greets the eye.

North Wales Police

Incorporating the counties of Flintshire and Wrexham, Eastern Division is a diverse mix of agricultural land and urban areas including two of the largest industrial estates in North Wales. As Wrexham Town is the only Football League club in North Wales, its large fan base makes extra demands on local police resources.

Wrexham Law Courts

Wrexham Law Courts are situated between Wrexham Police Station and Waterworld.

Car Parking is available in the Waterworld car park.

The Law Courts
Bodhyfryd
Wrexham
LL12 7BP

Tel: 01978 355 300

Wrexham Memorial Hall

The Memorial Hall is an adaptable town-centre facility, which hosts a wide range of events and is available for hire.

The Hall offers a range of facilities which can accommodate events as varied as exhibitions, conferences, seminars, concerts, dinner dances, discos and a variety of classes and meetings.

Council Offices

There are several Council offices located within the Town Centre:

Information on how to contact the departments within these buildings can be found by clicking on the link. This link will open an information page in which you can choose which department you need to contact. The information also contains contact details on those departments which are situated outside of the Town Centre.

Waterworld

Fun and fitness conveniently situated in the heart of Wrexham Town for all the family.

Wrexham Waterworld is the leading Aquatic and Activity Centre in the town situated next to the Magistrates Courts and served by a large pay and display car park off Chester Street. If you have trouble finding us and you have children, ask them to look out for the Aliens waving from the large glazed section at the rear of the building, visible as you approach Tesco's and drive around the island at the junction of Bodhyfryd and Holt Road.

Oriel Wrecsam

Information about Oriel Wrecsam, including current and forthcoming exhibitions and competitions.

Wrexham Library & Information Service

Information about Wrexham Library and Information Service including online facilities such as:

Wrexham General & Central Railway Stations

Link to the external National Rail website containing rail and timetable information, including live departure boards for the following stations within Wrexham County Borough:

National Rail Enquiries
Tel: 0845 7 48 49 50

Textphone
Tel: 0845 60 50 600

Welsh Language Service
Tel: 0845 60 40 500

Wrexham Museum

Centrally located on Regent Street, the Museum is an essential visit for anyone wanting to learn more about their local heritage and on the doorstep for town centre shoppers looking for a break.

The breadth of our Museum collections reflect the unique contribution that the people of Wrexham County Borough have made to the heritage of Wales, from Prehistory to the 21st century. Our wide-ranging exhibition programme helps make our collections come alive for everyone.

Wrexham Tourist Information Centre

Wrexham Tourist Information Centre (TIC) offers a warm welcome and a wide range of services. As part of the All-Wales TIC Charter Network, Wrexham TIC is committed to providing a very high standard of service.

Tel: 01978 292015

The North Wales School of Art & Design

Well equipped spacious design studios and workshops in a traditional "art school" setting are complemented by a high levels of staff expertise. All their programmes are taught by experienced, enthusiastic and committed professionals, many of whom are notable practising artists and designers in their own right.

Coleg Cambria

Situated in the heart of Wrexham town centre, Coleg Cambria is a tertiary college with approximately 3,000 full-time and 8,000 part-time students.

There are two campuses, one on Grove Park Road in the centre of Wrexham and another half a mile away on Bersham Road where the Engineering and Construction courses take place.

The College also has some 13 outreach centres, many based in local schools, which have programmes of day-time and evening courses.

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