We are very proud to announce the launch of two more webcams for Wrexham, namely our Skyline Camera and the Parish Church Cam.
The above is a grab at the time of writing (6pm) but for a live shot click here.
The cameras are looking westwards from Wrexham town centre, roughly where our offices are, out towards the Parish Church and beyond. To the left is the former Soames brewery chimney in Tuttle Street, and to the right the rear of the Wynnstay is visable.
The view continues into the distance as though you are going up towards Coedpoeth and Minera.
Our zoomed in camera view is of the top of St Giles, the parish church tower, and as well as being a Wrexham landmark its also traditionally one of the Seven Wonders of Wales. The tower is 135 feet high , and dates back to the 1500′s.
Hopefully these new cameras will capture some of the beauty of Wrexham and its surrounding area, for locals and those further afield!
These cameras were purchased, setup and run by Wrexham.com , however we would like to extend a great thankyou to Dave Gray (from The Foundry) and his father Bob for helping us and teaching us some skills during the process!
We have our existing ‘skycams’ for the weather, alongside our live weather stations which tweets our @wrexham followers three times a day – but also talks to the world every ten minutes via our @wrexhamweather twitter account!
You can visit the live wrexham webcams by visiting Wrexham.com/webcams anytime!