Obviously just a coincidence that the Assembly is also looking into establishing a new railway station, currently designated “Wrexham North”, which will obviously be Rossett. Look out for these new homes to be snapped up by people working in Liverpool and Manchester.
If candidates call themselves “independent”, then they should be standing on their own cognisance and should be expressing their own views and ideas of how they would be running the town. If these so-called independents start coalescinG into a grouping, then they are no longer independent. Candidates running under the auspices of a particular political party have a clear manifesto to work towards, typically drafted in a consultative manner and addressing the situation across the entire Borough rather than on a ward-by-waRd basis.
The next step should be to return the Oriel gallery to its rightful place as part of the library complex, and let the police use the current Chester Road premises. A good town centre location, adequate parking, accessible to the public.
The Post Office itself is under threat as the sub-offices now basing themselves in convenience stores extend their services and their opening hours. The one based in the Spar on Rhosddu Rd is now open from 07.00 till 22.00.
Fresh food shops. The greengrocers on Chester Road was always popular. Given the age distribution in Garden Village, a butcher or grocer might be able to generate a lot of local trade.
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