You have to ask what sort of Executive lead councillor is more interested and excited in the restoration and shininess of a restored old phone box, rather than the more vital news that this is where the crucial life saving defibrillator is housed.
Are you being serious Matt? He literally says it houses a defib. You genuinely are clutching at straws.
Cllr Hugh Jones has been clearly driving this and Cllr Atkinson was a director and big supporter of CAB so your comments don’t make any sense. I think you need to watch the webcast again as your comments about Cllr Atkinson also don’t make sense as that’s not what he said! He was speaking in favour of funding.
As long as the precious Cardiff bid is being considered, what goes on up in the sticks of North Wales doesn’t even need to be given a second thought – nevermind a highly competitive bid with cross-border collaboration being turned down.
We are a second tier region in our country
I don’t often agree with you Matt, but you’ve hit the nail on the head re: Carwyn.
“Delighted that Techniquest and the new Arts Hub will compliment each other as an attraction and boost that part of town but over the moon to get that key, vital walkway open from Chester Street to Henblas Street.”
How does that possibly imply that the arts hub would fail without the walkway? How did you get that from that?
It’s clearly a separate thing he’s pleased about.
Well, I heard earlier this year that Chester were buying homeless people one-way bus tickets to Wrexham. How cheap are they not even shelling out for a train ticket.
Slagging of a Labour Council, have you defected Matt?!😮
Content is user generated and is not moderated before posting. All content is viewed and used by you at your own risk and Wrexham.com does not warrant the accuracy or reliability of any of the information displayed. The views expressed on these Forums and social media are those of the individual contributors. Complaint? Please use the report post tools or contact Wrexham.com .