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I tend to agree with Nen, We have a great little town, not what it once was, but hey where is? The past is a great place to visit but we don’t want to live there, do we? I would hope that those who continually knock Wrexham are genuinely frustrated, that it could, and should be so much more. We, like so many other locations around the country, and even at a national level, have politicians that are unqualified for the positions they hold. Until that situation is resolved we are going to stagnate. We need to moan complain and demand better and more for our town. We have a small nucleus of both home grown and eastern European idiots, thugs and thieves, but Wrexham folk in general are good honest hard working people. We need to work together and pull in the same direction, or give in to negativity and let the scum bags take our town over, dragging it for ever into a down ward spiral.
Come this time 2020, just two years time It’ll be Nail Bars, Tattoo, Parlours, Vape Shops, and one of those places where fish nibble y’feet.
Its it dog friendly or not? a friend visited yesterday and out of courtesy asked, prior to strolling around with his dog, if it were OK to enter, and was told, after a small consultation between Hub Staff, “No, Not Dog Friendly”, however he reported that there were in fact several dog owners with their pets meandering around, and that on opening day, dogs were in attendance with owners. I have also been advised that there is no signage to indicate either way.
Will not be visiting until I know the policy. I do recall seeing promotional art work that depicted a woman with her dog in the hub, My friend also advised that what little he did see of Ty Pawb, it was evident that several pallets of paint must have been stolen prior to it being applied to the unfinished walls.
Not attended as yet, but was wondering why the web site is as yet not up and running. I was wanting to enquire if Ty Pawb, was dog friendly. I do recall seeing some early promotional graphics that depicted a lady strolling though the hub with a dog in tow. I will reserve judgement, but who on earth thought untreated plywood boards and breeze blocks would look cool for more than a month tops …
Whilst some of the debris is indeed materials jettisoned from car windows.If you pay attention to the crap that is now partially concealed in the hedgerows you can see bits of crash barriers, reflective chevron markers and general construction debris. To me this is a reflection of letting developers, construction teams and private sector companies do what they like , to no measured or controlled standard.A similar scenario to the Virgin media fiasco. The issues encountered with the Virgin project should surely have been picked up by a clerk of works or council inspector, not left to chance.March 9, 2018 at 4:12 pm in reply to: “Men’s lives at risk” as Health Board refuse to fund new prostate scans that are #146028
They build Bentleys in Crewe, but not everyone there drives one. Hats off the the team doing sterling work locally but the issue of the North South divide is what needs to be addressed. It cannot be denied that we in the North are being offered the soiled end of the stick.
The results from the study showed 27 per cent of men who had a negative MP-MRI did not need a biopsy at all. Crucially, 93 per cent of aggressive cancers were detected by using the MP-MRI scan to guide the biopsy, compared with just 48 per cent where only a TRUS biopsy was carried out.
Not saying there should be street protests, just that in this case, things should be left as they are, Only last year they carried out work on this very same store. In addition Aldi have since then opened another large outlet, I think they have more than a decent slice of the local market as thing stand Dope.
The operational manager is quoted as stating, the expression of interest as being overwhelming. With an expected occupancy rate of 60%, and that is an optimistic estimation … bet it’ll be less than 40% by the close of the second financial trading year.February 9, 2018 at 8:32 am in reply to: Councillor Steps down from Executive Board (merged) #144438
No one could ever accuse Gresford’s Andrew Atkinson of being camera shy, I will bet all comers he will be snapped at the reopening of McDonald, Pappa John’s, and the proposed new coffee shop within the same building. For those unfamiliar with this self publicising individual, fear not, local publications will be clattered in his photo over the coming months, Ty Pawb opening, Techniquest launch, King Street bus station refurb, local scout groups that raise anything over a quid, all the low hanging fruit, all you could ever NOT want in a local politician.
The point however remains a valid one. This is an excellent forum, but I would 100% agree that the reporting on Wrexham.com is rather council bias. All well and good trying to put a positive spin on things, but they should at least mention the tide of public opinion, and report that the majority feel that Ty Pawb is, at best, ill timed, at worst, and a total waste of money.
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