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Working out what a good future would look like and planning how to get there are important steps to making positive changes.

At Wrexham Council we are doing just that as we put together our Council Plan 2023-2028.

Latest update from Wrexham Council:

Wrexham Council provides you with lots of services whether you live here, work here or are just visiting. These could be schools, waste collection, social care, council housing, planning services, roads, museums, country parks, trading standards. The council also supports the local community and economic development.

This new Council Plan will focus on what will be most important over the next five years to help us to achieve our vision, to contribute to Wales’ well-being goals, and to ensure that everybody is treated fairly.

It will identify specific outcomes for us to work towards so we can measure our progress. These are the outcomes that we believe will be of most benefit to our communities.

The plan is used to inform decisions about how we allocate money and other resources. Our other important services will still be delivered and details about these will be included within our internal business and service plans.

We are asking you to take a look at the draft Council Plan to find out what we are aiming towards and if you agree that the main priorities are the right ones to support the people in our communities to fulfil their potential, prosper and achieve a high standard of well-being.

If you would like to get involved in shaping our Council Plan, please complete our on-line survey by March 14, 2023 by visiting

If you are unable to access our survey online, printed copies of our survey in Welsh and English, are available from, and can be returned to, the Wellbeing Hub, Chester Street, Wrexham LL13 8BG, the Guildhall, Wrexham LL11 1AY, housing estate offices, local libraries, and other Warm Places in Wrexham County Borough.

If you wish to obtain a copy of the survey in a different format or language, or have any other query, please contact us by:

Email: [email protected]

Post: Tell Us What You Think, 3rd Floor Annex, Guildhall, Wrexham, LL11 1AY

Quoted from Wrexham Council online news. Original article can be found here: Planning for the future – the Council Plan 2023-2028 –

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Caroline Talbot
Author: Caroline Talbot