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Postcode: LL11 | code search
Population: 43000
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Step across the border from Chester, England into beautiful North Wales, and you arrive almost immediately at Wrexham, a town very much on the up, but with its roots firmly in its past. If you have not visited Wrexham before it is well worth a visit to this emerging Welsh town and if you have visited Wrexham previously on your next visit you will be in for a surprise!
Often described as the 'capital' of North Wales, Wrexham has grown over the years from a small market town into a major shopping centre and centre of commerce. It has a blend of small shops, covered markets and arcades together with modern high street stores and offices. However, few town centres have changed as much as Wrexham has in the last two years. More than 150 million of development has taken place, bringing two new shopping centres into the town itself, complemented by broad pedestrianised shopping areas with a busy, yet friendly atmosphere.
Throughout all the change, the Wrexham skyline has been dominated since 1520 by St Giles Church, one of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales' and burial place of Elihu Yale, benefactor of Yale University, USA. The town centre is also home to the Wrexham County Borough Museum, Wrexham Library Arts Centre, Waterworld - a state of the art swimming complex and the Racecourse Football Ground venue for international football and rugby matches as well as Wrexham FC. Wrexham is gaining a reputation as a venue for major international events. In recent years it has hosted a Rugby World Cup match, Rugby League World Cup match, international football and motorsport's 'Rally of Wales. There are many events, sporting and cultural, all published in the guide to What's On in Wrexham.
The town lies at the heart of the North Wales Borderlands, a beautiful, refreshingly unspoilt part of North Wales. South-west of Wrexham are Chirk and the Ceiriog Valley. The Marcher castle at Chirk (a National Trust property) guards the entrance to the beautiful secret Ceiriog Valley, the setting for the picture-postcard prettiness of the tiny village of Llanarmon DC. This is where wild Wales begins, in the Berwyn Mountains. To the south-east of Wrexham, the lush Cheshire Plains begin their transformation into Welsh hills, with picturesque villages like Hanmer, Erbistock and Overton. On the banks of the broad River Dee is Bangor-on-Dee, with its National Hunt racecourse. Other notable venues within the area are the National Trust's Erddig Hall with its unique upstairs-downstairs story, and the famous Llangollen Canal, perhaps the prettiest stretch of canal, with Thomas Telford's Pontcysyllte Aqueduct (a proposed World Heritage site).
As a starting point for the unfamiliar visitor, why not explore some of the super short break packages currently available to help you get to know the area. One unusual package is a canal boat three night break. Alternatively, there are walking breaks (with a guide if required), racing breaks and historic house and garden breaks. All are for two nights, dinner, bed and breakfast. Population 43,000


Dillamore & Co Ltd
Williams Financial Services Ltd
Wrexham Professional Services


Tillerman Boats


Alyn Waters Country Park
Chirk Castle
Techniquest Glyndŵr
Ten Pin


Premier Inn Wrexham *book online*
Travelodge Wrexham *book online*


Rosedale Park

Care Home

Ashgrove Care Home
Ashleigh Court Care Home
Broughton Hall Care Home
Plas Rhosnesni Care Home


ChristChurch Wrexham


Odeon Wrexham


Dance - Ambitions Dance Centre


Central Station
Liquid & Envy


Wrexham County Borough Council


Charles Street Dental Practice
Dant y Coed Dental Surgery
Kandy Lodge
Rhos Dental Practice
Springfield Dental Care


Beast Market Surgery
Beechley Medical Centre
Cefn Mawr Health Centre
Plas Y Bryn Medical Centre
The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Adams Thomas C
G & A Estates & Financial Services
Jones Peckover
Jordan's Home Rental Specialists
Kent Jones
RTJ Lettings

Town & Country Property Services

Golf Club

Clays Farm Golf Centre

Health and Fitness Club

First First Wrexham
Total Fitness


Trevor Arms Hotel


Chirk Giant Car Boot
Plas Madoc Market
Wrexham Antiques & Collectors Fair
Wrexham Butchers Market
Wrexham General Market
Wrexham Peoples Market

Performing Arts

Bitesize Youth Theatre
Delta School of Performing Arts
Tic Theatre Company
Wrexham Symphony Orchestra

Pub and Bar

Amble Inn
Black Horse

Fairfield Tavern
Four Dogs
Mitre Inn
Old Swan
Red Dragon Inn


Bangor-on-Dee Races Limited


Dao Siam
Llwyn Onn Hall
Llwyn Onn Hall Restaurant
Moreton Park Lodge
Peal O' Bells
Shaer Khan
Sleepy Panda Restaurant
Stableyard Country Restaurant
Trevor Arms Hotel

Willows Restaurant


Delta School of Performing Arts
Gwenfro Community Primary School
Rhosddu Primary School
Rhosnesni High School
Victoria Infant School


Humphrys & Co
Thomas Andrews & Partners
Tudor Williams & Co Solicitors


Bluestone Cars
Central Taxis
Club Cars
Gold Star Taxis
Platinum Cabs


Cartrefle Studio Theatre
Grove Park Theatre


Castle Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Brymbo LTC (Tennis)
NEWI Basketball Club (Basketball)
Scimitar Martial Arts (Martial Arts)

Ten Pin (Bowling)
Wrexham Amateur Athletic Club (Athletics)
Wrexham Football Club (Football)


Eastwick Plant Centre
Bookland & Co Ltd
Siop Y Siswrn
Waterstones Booksellers Ltd
Stuart Mason Sports
Flower Power
Covent Gardens
Bellis Country Market
Lewis's Farm Shop
Yew Tree Farm
Moreton Park Garden Centre
Bellis Bros
Carlton Garden Centre
Waterways Aquatic & Garden Centre
Plassey Plants Garden Centre
Pets Corner

Dorothy Perkins
Trinity Street Pharmacy
Vision In Action
A1 Eye Wear
Chevron Clothing Ltd
Madhouse Footwear
Carphone Warehouse
The Entertainer
PC World
Natural Nation
H Samuel
Ernest Jones
Kinderkey Healthcare Ltd
Rowlands Pharmacy
Saunders Opticians
The Cut Hut Barber Shop
J J B Sports
Pets At Home
Coloured Earth
Beehive Flowers


The Gallery
Bryn Y Grog Emporium


Morgan Events Team Building(Adventure)
Go Ballooning(Airsports)
Motor Safari(Motor Sports)
Broughton Hall Livery Stables(Riding)

Places to Stay near Wrexham

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Lemon Tree (0.26 miles)

Lemon Tree

The Lemon Tree is a comfortable, friendly, 11-bedroom hotel in Wrexham town centre. The contemporary style and authentic flavours of its Italian restaurant recreate a host of Mediterranean memories. Carmine and Colette de Pasquale offer a ... More | visit website

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Belmont Hotel (0.65 miles)

Belmont Hotel
The Belmont Hotel is located close to local road links,Wrexham Stations and Maelor Hospitals, the family run Hotel is minutes from the Town Centre and situated in a quiet peaceful district close to the old ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Wrexham (2.11 miles)

Travelodge Wrexham

Located at the A483/A5152 roundabout, 2 miles south of Wrexham, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV in every room, tea and coffee ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Wrexham (2.18 miles)

Premier Inn Wrexham
Situated 9 miles from the historic city of Chester. For shops and local amenities Wrexham town centre is only 2 miles away. Local attractions include Llangollen, a cinema and Erdigg Hall National Trust Property. Our Wrexham ... More | visit website
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Cross Lanes Hotel and Restaurant (2.85 miles)

Cross Lanes Hotel and Restaurant
Set in extensive and beautiful grounds, the Cross Lanes is the ideal location for visiting Chester (25 mins drive) and the castles, gardens and beautiful countryside of North Wales. Erdigg Hall, and Bangor-on-Dee are very ... More | visit website
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Holt Lodge Hotel (3.42 miles)

Holt Lodge Hotel

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"Outstanding staff, friendly and welcoming. Very attentive. Great food...Relaxed and friendly atmosphere"

Stay at Holt Lodge and enjoy our modern, high quality facilities, genuine Welsh hospitality and individual care and attention.

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Trevor Arms Hotel (3.57 miles)

Trevor Arms Hotel

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Built in the 17th century and originally used as a coaching inn the Trevor Arms is a family run hotel ideally located between the historic city of Chester and Wrexham. ... More

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Buck House Hotel (4.52 miles)

Buck House Hotel
We are close to Wrexham and Chester and many tourist locations, also convenient for those visiting Wrexham Industrial Estate. The village itself is set by the River Dee (good for fishing), is ideal for ... More | visit website
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Stableyard Guest Accommodation & S/C Cottages (4.53 miles)

Stableyard Guest Accommodation & S/C Cottages

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Built in 1630, genuine oak beams, centre of the village near the beautiful River Dee. Convenient for Chester, Llangollen, Ellesmere Lakes, Snowdonia, Borderlands,Wrexham Ind. Est. Excellent walking, golf nearby, fishing ... More

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Wynnstay Arms Hotel (4.65 miles)

Wynnstay Arms Hotel
18th century coaching inn set in the heart of Ruabon near wrexham excellent food and wine with en-suite rooms. Functions available for weddings and all occasions offering excellent menus. ... More | visit website

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