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Wrexham Travel Guide  

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Wrexham can be described as a small town located in ‘Wales’. It’s, in fact, one of the administrative centers pertaining to broader ‘County Borough of Wrexham’; along with being the biggest town within North Wales.
Wrexham stands between lower ‘Dee valley’ and ‘Welsh Mountains’; adjoining border with ‘Cheshire, England’. This place is North Wales’ major cultural, educational, retail, and commercial center.
The broader ‘Wrexham county borough’, that goes on to cover 50500 hectares; can boast of a population of around 130000.
Unusual as it sounds, Wrexham isn’t constructed alongside any of the major rivers. It’s instead located on a comparatively ‘flat plateau’ between eastern-most Wales mountains and lower ‘Dee Valley’. Such a situation has now made it possible for growing in the form of a ‘market town’ in the form of a ‘cross road’ between Wales and England and later on, in the form of an ‘industrial hub’.

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Reviews Wrexham

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Belle Vue ParkAt the time of 1970s, Belle Vue park had been completely ignored. Furthermore, majority of amenities had been in a sorry state of affairs. A main project had been undertaken for refurbishing this park back towards the original... more splendor in its count. As such, the reopening of Belle Vue park took place in the year 2000. Since then, it can boast of ‘children’s play regions’, a ‘bowling green’ that’s home to Parciau Bowling Club, basketball and tennis courts, etc. Jogging route has also been developed for joggers and walkers. During the summers, many social events get held. Acton ParkActon Park goes on to feature tennis courts, a ‘bowling green’, ‘Japanese-style garden’, a ‘children’s play area’, and a huge lake that has attracted wild-life of diverse nature. Park’s general layout has not changed since its laying out in eighteenth century. Several mature trees are found over here now.
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