Your Story

Welcome to our free online ‘article submission page‘. This has been designed to make things straightforward to get your story on Wrexham.com . Perhaps you are a ‘citizen journalist’ or someone who wants to give your community a voice, if so then this allows you access to the Wrexham.com readership.

House Rules:

We have a few ‘house rules’ that apply to all submissions, by clicking ‘submit story‘ below you are agreeing to them.

  • The aim is for you to submit a story to Wrexham.com, this is not for advertising or PR.
  • Stories must be unique and your own work, if you use other sources please reference them.
  • Submissions may include web links, however they must be relevant and on topic and listed at the bottom of the article. We will check them out and add them in properly.
  • Please include your contact information and author name at the end of the article, this may or may not be used as a credit, if you want to be anonymous please state this.
  • Please ensure you have permission to upload pictures and that by uploading them you are able to let us use them in perpetuity for no charge.
  • We reserve the right to refuse, edit or amend articles entirely at our discretion and no contact or correspondence is promised!

Our aim is to give you a voice, and hopefully build relationships with people in the area who can give a voice to people, places and topics that may not get coverage.

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