Month: March 2019

Storage company helps pure water supplier continue expansion

A fast-growing pure water supplier has teamed up with a leading North Wales self-storage company to open two new outlets – and more could be in the pipeline. Basingstoke-based Spotless Water, which supplies filtered water for window cleaners, car valeting businesses and even tropical fish owners has opened a new service in Wrexham. It is […]

Stellar line up promises to delight audiences at Wales Harp Festival

A stellar line-up including former royal harpist Catrin Finch will be delighting audiences at this year’s Wales Harp Festival. The popular event at Galeri in Caernarfon on April 17 and 18 will also commemorate the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles which helped bring an end to the First World War. […]

£15m dementia centre plan will create 150 new jobs in Wrexham

A leading care organisation has revealed £15 million plans to build a dementia centre of excellence in Wrexham and redevelop another site in the town, creating 150 new jobs. Pendine Park say they are responding to the huge need for more specialist care because of the soaring number of people aged 85 and over which […]

Tributes to one of Wrexham’s oldest residents who’s passed away aged 102

Tributes have been paid to one of Wrexham’s oldest residents who has passed away at the age of 102. Great-great-grandmother Gertrude Jones was born in 1917 when the First World War was at its height, Buffalo Bill Cody died and Houdini performed his buried alive trick has celebrated her 102nd birthday. She died at Pendine […]

MP visit marks completion of £50,000 refurbishment at Wrexham copier firm

A WREXHAM copier firm celebrated the completion of a £50,000 refurbishment with a visit from the town’s MP. Vaughn Rawson, Managing Director of Rawson Digital, has expanded the business he launched six years ago from a back bedroom at home to take over the entire Wrexham Industrial Estate premises the firm occupies. As part of […]

Craft beer boom is good news for Rhyl micropub with big plans for expansion

A Rhyl micro pub at the forefront of the real ale revolution is celebrating its first year in business with the news that its owners plan to be toasting their success in a total of 12 bars by the end of the year. The Dove in Rhyl, on the corner of St Margaret’s Drive and […]

New crackdown on modern day slavery in North Wales

A new crackdown has been launched on North Wales companies involved in of modern day slavery and human trafficking. North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones and Chief Constable Carl Foulkes have pledged to ensure the force acts ethically and does not buy goods or services from any businesses involved in the evil trade. […]

First seasalt cheese made with Welsh Halen Mon salt and Welsh Dragon cheese launched

The first cheese made with Welsh sea salt has been launched in a unique partnership between iconic Anglesey brand Halen Môn and Wales’s oldest dairy co-operative South Caernarfon Creameries. The new Sea Salt Cheddar made with 100% milk from Welsh cows at South Caernarfon creameries’ factory in Chwilog near Pwllheli, uses pure Halen Môn sea salt […]

Triple accolade success for Wrexham finance firm

A TRIO of top advisers at a Wrexham finance firm are celebrating after achieving the highest accolade there is in the industry. Hadlow Edwards operations director Dominic Richmond along with his colleagues Ben Gittins and Gwyn Edwards, both financial planners, have been made Fellows of the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). The CII is a professional […]