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    Another good turn out in Wrexham this morning. But let down again by the sound system, also by the organisation
    it was so slow people did not know what going on and a few people drifted away thinking it was finished.



    The real pity is that the Council have not taken into account the members of the public and those in the pared with no Order of Service for people to join in- the have been told time and time again to print more – surely a couple of hundred pounds is available in the budget or perhaps the Mayors fund.
    Really good to see so many young people still taking part – as the older numbers drop off through age those involved with young people’s organisations should be proud of their contingents.
    Come on Wrexham Council make this a day for everyone to remember and take part in- sound and leaflets


    Ioan y Ffin

    It might be better to make the Order of Service available on the council website,, wrexham town matters etc and then as many people as you like could download the words without the cost of printing order of service sheets.



    Excellent no cost to Council (or ratepayers) all they need to do is a few posters with a QR code or the web address-
    10/10 for MOnday morning solution

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