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Wonder how much sympathy the people of Wrexham would have for a person that posts on their social media that ” Wrexham is just a scum filled town and it’s an embarrassment to be born here “.
When challenged that “Not everyone is bad. Don’t classify the majority with a minority. ”
Responds ” Hmm I would say it’s the majority in Wrexham “.
Further, this person publicly states that parking at Eagles Meadow is £30 per month thus a preference to park in the street – “I should be able to park on any public road I want to as long as no yellow lines. If there are houses on there, tough! ”
I also wonder how his employer views this publicly stated opinion of Wrexham people seeing as many of them may well be potential customers.
Maybe after reading such comments even more Wrexham people will make use of some free parking like him – at the cinema in Broughton !
He obviously has no consideration for others but expects people to show him some! His comments are out of order and has lost him sympathy from me. Maybe having his car keyed was just deserts!
It’s awful to say but I bet lots of people who previously parked in Smithfield will think twice now. I don’t condone the vandalism but as someone who lives near the football ground it is easy to understand how someone would get fed up of not being able to park in front of their own home.
The residential streets close to the racecourse ground get full up on match days by both away and home supporters who don’t want to pay a couple of pounds to park. I bet if a few of their cars started to get keyed then the amount of people choosing to park there would stop. Again I don’t condone it but the police don’t do anything to sort it out.
Yes that’s her! Bronwen, never knew she had died :-(
She was a force to be reckoned with!
I did wonder why it was so packed! Can’t remember the name of the traffic warden from years ago, a woman who everyone feared lol I bet she would have sorted out High Street!
The beggars and drug addicts, alcoholics are everywhere in Wrexham now. Not a day goes past you don’t see them drinking in Rhosddu, the park near the swimming baths, the wood hut on Maesgwyn playing fields or on the guildhall green. Some of them are locals who have lived here all their life but many are coming from out of areas now because of the services and shelters that Wrexham have.
I’ve no idea what the police do about it these days as I hardly see a beat bobby on the streets anymore!
I don’t think having a lap dance club close to student accommodation is a very good idea.
Same happens on Maesgwyn playing fields. I complained to Phil Wynn councillor once about the mess left after football games only to be told that ” The teams were friends of his”! Needless to say the mess continued and he does not get my vote anymore.
Thanks for the info everyone –
Wrexham definitely needs more in the way of serving the arts. There are a lot of talented artists, photographers etc who need a place to show off their work and network with others. I think encouraging the artistic people in Wrexham can only be a good thing and a central hub would inspire many others to become more involved in the arts.
I wish the university here would do a full time BA Hons in photography – Yes they have digital lens media etc but it’s not really a dedicated photography course.
More arts and culture for Wrexham? Absolutely Yes!October 26, 2014 at 3:15 pm in reply to: Charlie’s car wash, Gresford roundabout: ten out of ten #70494
We’ve used Charlie’s quite often but in the summer we were put off because when we arrived home our car was absolutely splattered with the wheel shine stuff they put on the tyres. The sides of the car was coated in the stuff and we ended up having to wash it ourselves in the end. We gave them the benefit of the doubt and went there again a few weeks ago, and the same thing happened again! They must be putting too much on.
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