Wrexham’s Electoral & Registration Services (Wrexham Register Office) are moving to a new home at the Guildhall, Wrexham and staff have been busy packing up everything they need.
The move means that couples will marry or form a Civil Partnership in the new Ceremonies Room which will seat up to 40 guests. Baby changing & nursing facilities will be available on the ground and first floors of the Guildhall.
There is plenty of parking available in the nearby ‘pay & display’ car parks and Llwyn Isaf Green will provide a splendid backdrop for photographs.
Leader of the Council, Cllr Neil Rogers said: “We have been making arrangements for this move for some time. Staff themselves have been busy preparing for the move and I would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their efforts to make sure that there will be minimum disruption to residents”.
On Monday 18th March there will be a limited Death registration service only at the Guildhall (by appointment). On Tuesday and Wednesday, 19 & 20 March services will be closed and will re-open at the Guildhall, at 8.45am on Thursday 21 March 2013.
The move was first proposed back in October (story here).
Above is Receptionist Christine Jones getting ready for the move.
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