Wrexham a dormitory town

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    Wrexham has long been talked about as becoming a dormitory town, a place without a central purpose, but where people live and sleep to work elsewhere. Having a town or industrial centre without a purpose or focus is bad for a community, it has nothing to focus on. This problem has become widespread in the UK in the last ten years, is now being recognised in many towns and places, and these places are having to re-create their economy.

    Wrexham still has enough heart, and is well positioned geographically, to take advantage of the skills that it has in its community, and the industrial capabilities and varied business types that are here. Wrexham would have to do a U turn to reverse the current decline. Could it get more business people, and industries, to invest in the future. Places on the M56 corridor are thriving, and Wrexham has proved it can be a home to world class businesses including Kelloggs, JCB, and many more unsung heros in pharmacy and engineering.

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