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How do I contact Wrexham Council?

How do I contact Wrexham Council?

Phone us. Or call our switchboard on 01978 292000.

What is Wrexham Council email address?

Complete the change in circumstances form and send it to us by email at [email protected], or to the following address ‘Benefits Section, Finance department, Lampbit Street Offices, Wrexham, LL11 1AY’.

How do I complain to Wrexham Council?

How to submit a complaint. You can submit your complaint via the online form on MyAccount (you’ll need to register with MyAccount first if you haven’t already).

Who is my Wrexham Councillor?

On 24 May 2022, Councillor Brian Cameron was appointed as mayor of Wrexham, after previously serving as deputy mayor.

What county is Wrexham in Wales?

Wrexham, Welsh Wrecsam, town and urban area (from 2011 built-up area), Wrexham county borough, historic county of Denbighshire (Sir Ddinbych), northeastern Wales. It is situated along the River Clywedog, about 5 miles (8 km) west of the border with Cheshire, England.

How many months do you pay Council Tax Wrexham?

Ten monthly instalments on either the 5th, 20th or the last day of the month or by twelve monthly instalments on the 4th day of the month. To set up a Direct Debit please telephone 01978 298992.

Is Wrexham a nice place to live?

Compared to the rest of the country, Wrexham is a brilliant location if you’re looking for a fantastic home. But it isn’t just this that makes it a good area to live in. The fact it’s on the doorstep of areas of great beauty and on the Welsh border makes it a great base for exploring both city and countryside.

What is Wrexham famous for?

The town is noted for hosting Wrexham A.F.C. (one of the oldest professional football teams in the world); the nationally significant industrial heritage of the Clywedog Valley; the celebrated National Trust Property of Erddig; and the fine Tudor church of St Giles, which towers over the historic Wrexham town centre.

What is the role of a borough Councillor?

representing the ward for which they are elected. decision-making – developing and reviewing council policy. scrutinising decisions taken by the councillors on the executive or cabinet. regulatory, quasi-judicial and statutory duties.

What is a county Councillors job?

What do councillors do? Councillors make decisions at council meetings. There are 4 different types of meetings held by the local authority: An annual meeting (held in May/June each year)

What do you call someone from Wrexham?

Swansean, Jack. Wrexham. Wrexhamite. Yorkshire. Yorkshireman, Yorkshirewoman, Tyke,Yorkie.

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