Work has begun on the start of an extensive refurbishment of Llangollen Police Station.
The Police Station, itself a listed building, has been the base of policing in the town for many years, but North Wales Police says time has come for it to be brought up to modern standards.
Work will take place on both the interior and exterior of the building and is scheduled for completion in April 2015.
District Inspector Gareth Jones explains “We’re pleased to have secured the funding to make this investment in Llangollen Police Station, making it fit to serve this historic town for many years to come.
“With the support of Llangollen Town Council, we have been able to maintain a base in the town with officers being based in the Town Hall whilst the works are completed.
He added: “We look forward to it re-opening and will be holding an open day for people to come and see the results.”
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