New & Updated Pages on this Site
New & Updated Pages
Difficult Decisions 2017-18 - You Said, We Did
In September and October 2016, Wrexham County Borough Council asked the public of Wrexham to take part in the ‘Difficult Decisions 2017/18 consultation, to inform the decisions we had to make in order to make savings from our budget in 2017/18.
Elections - May 2017
On 4 May 2017 elections will be held for Wrexham County Borough Council and your local Community Council.
Budget Book - Revenue Budget 2017/18
This page provides information about the Wrexham County Borough Council budget book, which includes revenue spending proposals of each of the services of the County Borough Council for the financial year.
Director of Social Services annual report (Draft for Consultation)
At the end of each financial year, every council in Wales must publish a report about its social services. You’ll find a draft version of our report on this page.
Extension to application period for Nursery 2017
We would like to apologise to those parents who experienced problems accessing Wrexham’s on-line admissions service on Friday afternoon. As a result the period for making nursery applications has been extended and will now close on Friday 3rd March at 23.59.
Approved Premises for Civil Marriages and Civil Partnerships
The premises listed below have applied to Wrexham County Borough Council for approval as a venue for civil marriages and civil partnerships: The Boathouse, Chirk Marina, Chirk, Wrexham LL14 5AD.
Europe Direct Newsletter February 2017
2017 looks set to be another busy year. It is expected that Article 50 will be triggered which will then, start the negotiations as to what type of relationship the UK will have with the remaining 27 countries in the EU.
Notice of Confirmation of Public Path Extinguishment Order - Broughton 4
On 14th December 2016 the Wrexham County Borough Council confirmed the above named Order, made under section 118 of the Highways Act 1980.
Find the golden dragon ticket
As part of the build-up for the dragonfest event at Wrexham Museum in April, dragon hunters will have the chance to find three golden dragon tickets hidden in special chocolate bars.
Policy for Wheelchair Accessible Private Hire Vehicles
The purpose of the policy is to ensure that all vehicles licensed as Private Hire Vehicles by Wrexham County Borough Council comply with the registration and type approval requirements.
Volunteering at Wrexham County Borough Museum and Archives Service
We are currently looking for friendly, approachable, and enthusiastic people to volunteer in public facing roles.
Dewis Cymru Consultation
The Dewis Cymru website contains national information pages and an all sector resource ‘directory of services’ which aims to provide information about how people can maintain or improve their well-being, and about organisations which can help them.
The Last One Standing: The Tale of Bersham Colliery
Thirty years ago on December 18th 1986 the last coal to be mined at Bersham Colliery was wound to the surface. With that last tub over a hundred years of history at the colliery came to an end.
Dog Control and Dog Fouling Public Spaces Protection Order 2016
The order will come into force on the 1st March 2017 and end on 1st March 2020.
Plas Madoc - Modernising an Estate
Extensive improvement work is due to be carried out to properties on the Plas Madoc Estate. This is part of Wrexham Council’s project to ensure all homes in the County Borough achieve the Welsh Government’s Welsh Housing Quality Standard by 2020.
The Wrexham We Want
We’re working on a plan that will shape the present and future of Wrexham County Borough. It’ll impact on your life. Your children’s. Even your grandchildren’s.
Active Travel Act – Integrated Network Map
The Active Travel (Wales) Act places duties upon local councils in Wales to map, plan for, improve and promote opportunities for active travel.
Proposal to change the language medium Cynddelw CP, Glyn Ceiriog
This consultation is an opportunity for staff, parents, stakeholders and the wider community to learn about the school organisation proposals put forward in your area.
Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (2017-2020)
Imagine a town where you would be confident and comfortable speaking both Welsh and English in day to day life, at work or socialising with your friends so that the Welsh language is a natural part of life.
New Brymbo Primary School Consultation
Proposal to build a new primary school off Heritage Way Brymbo Wrexham.
Our Future – The Wrexham We Want
The ’Senedd yr Ifanc’ Wrexham Youth Parliament is currently running a young people’s consultation on behalf of the Public Service Board.
Christmas Events in Wrexham
Please Note, some events may be postponed or cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.
Ysgol Rhiwabon Consultation
Proposal to change the age range of Ysgol Rhiwabon from 11-18 to 11-16 years.
Acton Community Resource Centre
Acton Community Resource Centre is a busy, successful, well-resourced and vibrant centre. With many sessions of activity for all ages in music, sport, fitness, education, recreation, leisure, the arts, training, and events - there is something for everyone.
Safer food, better business
This food safety management pack helps restaurants, cafés, takeaways and other small catering businesses comply with food hygiene regulations. Your business can keep and complete records on a computer, or print them out for filling in.
Becoming self-employed: a checklist for startups
Becoming self-employed holds great promise: you get to do things your own way, work flexibly, and to keep the lion’s share of your profits.
As the excitement for children heightens as Halloween approaches every year, these are a few safety tips which the Trading Standards service have developed to protect our children who plan to go trick-or-treating this Halloween.
Wrexham Town Centre Masterplan
The Wrexham Town Centre Masterplan has been adopted by the Council as an evidence base for the Local Development Plan and a framework for decision making within the Masterplan area.
Difficult Decisions 2017-18
Local authorities continue to face reductions in funding from Central Government, which means that Councils must continue to find ways to function and deliver services whilst budgets continue to reduce.
Two Co-opted Members of the North Wales Police and Crime Panel (PCP)
The PCP is seeking two committed and energetic people to serve as co-opted independent members from 01/11/16 to 31/10/20.
Standards Committee Appointment of Independent Member
The Council currently has vacancies for independent Members of the Standards Committee.
Open Doors 2016
Open Doors is the largest celebration of architecture and heritage across Wales and takes place throughout September and offer the public free access to places and buildings of historic and architectural interest.