Campaign launched to save former Bryn Estyn children’s home in Wrexham from demo

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    Good to read that the loonies are still Alive and well in Wrexham. A nice break from all the election and BREXIT shite.

    I am sure there was something about saving another building in the news not long ago. Was it a school or something that they saved and continues to sit there doing nothing but cost the council money to secure it?

    I did have a word with one of my old councillot mates because it would make a good Wetherspoons but he said the transport links aren’t there. They could use the monorail from Chester zoo I said but he said I am p1ssed and should go home.

    If I am p1ssed how could I type this?

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