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  • in reply to: Shop Lifters in town and no police about #141490

    iout
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    It will all calm down and revert to peaceful haven of beauty and tranquility once the new arts hub is in full swing.
    The yobs druggies and shop lifters will be enthralled by what can be achieved with a potatoe and some oil based paint, still life competitions will abound, and the performing arts will boom like never before.

    in reply to: Victorian Market #141482

    iout
    Participant

    100% Agree, this years market is credit to the town and the organisers Very Enjoyable, well done to ALL involved.


    iout
    Participant

    Policing from 1500 feet will never work

    in reply to: Parking #139472

    iout
    Participant

    I would, and indeed do, pay whatever is requested to park in or around Chester, because they have what you call shops, cafes a serious museum, a cathedral, pleasant city centre walking, city walls, a lovely well kept park, river cruises a race course, street entertainers, clean streets, dog friendly eateries and pubs, in which you are unlikely to get y lights punched out……. unlike Wrexham. it’ll take more than free parking, a newly emulssioned market hall to pull serious numbers into the dump that is Wrexham town centre.


    iout
    Participant

    This is a very interesting issue .A valid concern. Its more than a little worrying that there has been such limited input and, or feedback. All for the rehab of offenders, I think ..

    in reply to: Crime in Wrexham #126365

    iout
    Participant

    Its the job of the police to catch em,however its the judiciary that have to hand down stiffer sentences. What worries me, re the recent car roof slashing, is the thought these idiots were out and about, at night with a serious knife, maybe a lucky thing it was just a car roof that got cut up. You cannot cut a car roof with a butter knife.

    in reply to: Victorian Xmas Market #124011

    iout
    Participant

    Its “were” not where, and I did both, I didn’t buy anything and I left soon after having arrived, I utilised my freedom of choice, and intend to continue utilising my freedom of opinion. The shite being offered WAS overpriced, and the stall operators were a bunch of greedy money grabbing opportunists

    in reply to: De-Listing The Groves #123580

    iout
    Participant

    The site is the subject of a Covenant, This dictates that the Site (Not The present Building Alone) MUST be utilised for Educational purposes. So yes it would make a police station, an art gallery, and I am sure many other uses however IT MUSR BE A SCHOOL, COLLEGE, OR UNI.

    in reply to: De-Listing The Groves #123346

    iout
    Participant

    Seems so ironic that so many that lament about the old Wrexham, and condemn the council for having knocked the living daylights out of the town, are so keen to knock down The Groves. I do not recall such a campaign to save a local structure in the mid to recent past. The town is full of newish structures that are in poor condition. Regardless of wether they are council owned or in the private sector. Lets keep what little we have left of any significance.

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