Wrexham Travel Guide

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Wrexham Things to Do

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    by uglyscot Written Jul 14, 2005

    The library at Llwyn Isaf has children's books as well as for adults, information books[ including a good genealogy section], music Cds, videos, audio books as well as newspapers and magazines and Internet access. It is all housed in a spacious building. There is a cafe on site, and downstairs and exhibition area.
    When the weather was bad, we spent a very fruitful time here.

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    Erdigg Estate

    by sandysmith Written May 26, 2003

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    Just one mile outside of Wrexham, the building of Erddig began in 1684 - a grand new house for Joshua Edisbury. His extravagant plans and dwindling resources left him bankrupt and he left Erdigg and Wales. The house was then bought by John Meller, a wealthy barrister and bachelor, and remained in the family for the next 250 years.
    Philip Yorke, the great nephew of Meller, and his wife Elizabeth, unarguably had the most impact on Erddig and the house remained in their family until bequeathed to the National Trust

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  • by MonkeyAl Written Oct 21, 2007

    Excellent authentic Thai food. As a person who has travelled throughout Thailand I would say this is about as authentic as you get in the North Wales and the North West of Britain

    Favorite Dish: Try any of the sea food dishes. Especially sea bass

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Wrexham Nightlife

  • by leewholman Written Dec 11, 2009

    The nightlife in wrexham is good for people aged 12 - 78.
    a good time can be had with the drunken idiots that cant keep their hands to themselves in all clubs in this town.
    Liquid/Envy
    Groove
    South Central
    Central Station
    Yales
    Lloyds
    Scotts the new strip club
    L'etage
    Frenzie
    ETC - ther are loads :)

    Dress Code: anything - people in wrexham dont care / cant afford much clothes

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Wrexham Transportation

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    by sandysmith Written May 26, 2003

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    Best reached by car - itts a bit off the beaten path to reach:
    2ml S of Wrexham, signposted A525 Whitchurch road, or A483/A5152 Oswestry road Station: Wrexham Central (U) 1½ml, Wrexham General 2ml via Erddig Rd & footpath
    Car park 200yds. Passing bays on access drive

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Wrexham Warnings and Dangers

  • by Hujiop Written Oct 12, 2004

    If you want to be traedted like dung by some serial killers, you should have gone to halforsd in 2001 there, some human vermin, some old men, insulted me, and my brother, the horrible old men, just called us something that the cat brought in, well i have not got revenmge yet but it is one of those insults we get, and it makes me realise how eviol mechanics are, i would have people like that executed, i hope we can get them executed osme day as they are such vermin, but i wuill not do it, kill bullies, at birgtj ,and their children, should be strilised

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