Wrexham for the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest

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    WreX-iT
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    The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the BBC have confirmed that the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest will be hosted in the United Kingdom

    Being a City and a runner up for the City of Culture, i am waiting for Council Leader Mark Pilchard to announce that Wrexham are bidding to host the contest. We have two airports nearby, enough hotels and B&Bs to accommodate everyone and the event can be staged at Ty Pawb.

    After getting Rob and Ryan to buy Wrexham Athletic and winning us City status, Sarah Atherton could read out the scores on behalf of the UK. She wouldn’t make a mess of that would she?

    COME ON THE ATHLETIC

    #222162

    parkingmad
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    We can have on Nine Acre Field now it’s available.

    #222357

    Maureen Gray
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    Nil point.

    #222369

    parkingmad
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    Why not, it might bring in a few pounds into the city.

    #222370

    JaneJ
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    Maybe it will be best for the Council to pitch for the next time UK win – perhaps another 25 years- remember it has taken over 12 months for the Council to decide on a Fanzone so clearly they need time to plan!!

    #222379

    Wrexham ITK
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    Ty Pawb isn’t remotely big enough

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