Wooden Spoons & quality of life awards.

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    How can anyone disagree with the Wooden Spoons awarded to WCBC by the Civic Society for lack of maintenance of Grove Park School, demolition of St James Vicarage without retaining any of the stonework & the derelict site on St.Giles Way.

    If any award was well deserved, it was the Ruth Howarth Award for the Mines Rescue Station.
    Anyone visiting the Rescue Station will know of the work that takes place there whilst also raising funds to restore this iconic building so cruelly damaged by a local property developer some years ago.
    Just yesterday, amongst other visitors, there was a party in from the USA & one of students from Bangor University. The day before visitors travelled from County Durham for the sole purpose of visiting the Rescue Station for a tour.
    Art classes taking place in the drill hall & the thriving cafe in the equipment room continued throughout.

    All this despite without so much as a mention of Wrexham’s mining heritage in any tourist literature of the town.

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