Visitors to Wrexham will have the chance to experience a birds eye view of the town with a popular Wrexham church offering the experience to visitors.
The opportunity to view the bell chamber and tower of St Giles Church comes as part of ‘Open Doors’, a nationwide scheme which provides the opportunity for members of the public to visit historical halls, houses and churches. The events are organised by Cadw, the Welsh Government’s historic environment service.
As part of the scheme, ten of Wrexham’s most popular landmarks will open their doors to their public and offer the chance to see all the wonders Wrexham has to offer.
It is hoped the events will bring opportunities to visit churches, historic houses, heritage sites and take part in special events.
Other ‘Open Doors’ schemes in Wrexham running throughout September include:
– The Ceiriog Memorial Institute 12th September 2015
– Iscoyd Park, 7th September 2015
– Chirk Castle, 12th September 2015
– Erddig Hall, 12th September 2015
– St Giles’ Parish Church, Wrexham, 12 September and 19 September 2015
– St Marys Parish Church, Ruabon, 19th September – 20th September 2015
– Clwyd Family History Society Resource Centre, 19th September and 26th September 2015
– Wrexham County Borough Museum and Archives, 25th September 2015
– Bersham Colliery Site, 27th September 2015
– Brymbo Heritage Area – the former iron and steel works, 27th September 2015
More information on Open Doors and the events taking place on the Wrexham area can be found on the Cadw website.