Forum Replies Created
Yes I walked down there today, also there was a couple of mobile scooters driving along there which didn’t leave much room.
On the plus side though, it wasn’t that long ago that the majority of these shops were empty. I walked through today and was struck by the bustle of the arcade and I could only see 1 empty unit. I’d rather see it busy and crowded rather than spacious yet empty.
The council have done a pretty good job of moving the previous 2 camps along quickly. Let’s hope the same thing happens here. We’re already known as a zombie town, we could do without being known for a frequent traveller hangout as well.
The Truth. Your point may be valid but you are rubbish at conveying it.
So called “legal highs” are no longer Legal. That were banned under the “Psychoactive Substances Act 2016”. As such they now become more of a police matter. I know this doesn’t solve the problem, but I think we need to know the Legal situation.
So how come there are shops on Queen Street and Chester Street selling what looks like ‘legal’ highs (as well as imitation machine guns?) How is this discouraging anyone from moving on to more illegal products?
A bit lazy of the Evening Leader to re-hash the same old King Street photographs on their front page today to highlight this story. There’s plenty of opportunity to capture up to date images any day of the week in Queens Square.December 27, 2016 at 1:20 pm in reply to: Council Staff and Members get perks but wont say how much it cost ratepayers #124700
‘1. Leisure Centre membership has always been less for Council employees compared with the general public when run by the Council – unsure if this carried forward to the Freedom contract.
2. Drinks Vending machines providing free drinks – do they still exist in any offices’
Wow Carol, you’ve really unearthed the motherload here!! So you’re saying that maybe they have subsidised leisure membership and maybe they have free drinks but you don’t actually know! I suspect council staff receive none of these life changing perks, but if they do, I’ll be putting in my application to become one of the privileged few as soon as my Xmas Turkey has worked its way through my digestive system.
Over priced shite, greedy stall holders.
Wow, how constructive! I like the Victorian market just for the good natured buzz it brings to the Town for one night only. Some stalls are pricey, I agree, but given the amount of business done on the night, obviously some people feel they are getting a good deal. Maybe you own a rival business? In any case, it’s well supported so you won’t be missed.
Why shouldn’t Town centre workers, who undoubtably contribute so much to the town economy on a regular basis, benefit from free parking. You’ll probably find more of them increasing their shop as they wont have to carry it so far. If you want a space in Dec, get in early.
Well, after many many years honing my rudeness it does now comes au-natural to be honest ya tit! Although I do attend the odd course or workshop run in the town – mainly in local inconvenience stores – where just standing at the till listening to staff chatting in front of you shows true Wrexham class and an expertise in the field! These of course are usually stupid women who specialise in the banal and unnecessarily telling us all about them and their boring little lives and families. I may be rude, but if you read the facts love, it all makes sense.
Ahhh… now we know who Mr Trump’s PR advisor is.
- This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by KidA.
At a time when Wrexham Council deserves high praise for the free parking in December it will be a shame if this benefit is cancelled out by shoppers being put off from walking around the town through fear of being fined, especially elderly and vulnerable visitors.
Why would this be a ‘fear’ for anyone unless they are intending on dropping litter, in which case, serves ’em right?
Complaint? Please use the report post tools or contact Wrexham.com .