Archive of: July, 2021
Food festival With A Difference Comes To Wrexham
After the first Wrexham Feast food festival was cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, the event organisers say they plan to take things back to basics for the town’s new-look annual food festival this September.
27 July 2021
Chester Named Second Best City For Restaurants
A recent study has named Chester as the second-best restaurant hotspot in the UK.
20 July 2021
North Wales County To Bid For UK City Of Culture 2025
Conwy County Council is set to make a ‘spectacular’ bid for the four-yearly honour of becoming the UK’s City of Culture.
16 July 2021
Pedestrians At Heart Of Oswestry Regeneration Scheme
Shropshire Council is preparing a proposal to transform the centre of Oswestry, one of the county’s key market towns.
15 July 2021
Why Wrexham Has better Heritage Than Liverpool
For many people in north Wales, the Liverpool area is one part of England they will often gravitate to. It is the nearest major city and many people from north Wales support Liverpool or Everton football clubs.
08 July 2021
£3 Million Fund For North Wales Entrepreneurs Now Open
A new £3 million fund has just opened for applications from entrepreneurs across North Wales, helping them to set up businesses in Wrexham, Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and Bangor.
06 July 2021