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Wrexham is full of incredible businesses and organisations offering essential service, the directory below features some of our leading tourism ambassador businesses.

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Coleg Cambria

Grove Park Rd, Wrexham, LL12 7AB

Coleg Cambria can give those to you, with our industry-experienced tutors focusing on customer service, health and safety protocols and developing your professional practical skills. You’ll learn to prepare and create a wide range of food, from classic local dishes to internationally-inspired cuisine, cakes, pastries and more.

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Wrexham And Prestige Taxis

The Mitre Buildings Brewery Place, Brook St, Wrexham, LL13 7LU

North Wales largest and family run taxi company, comprising of more than 100 vehicles. We’re so proud of be serving the local town and surrounding areas and aim to provide a top class customer service to every individual. We’re constantly updating our fleet which ranges from saloon to minibuses, from prestige to executive - we’ve got the vehicle for you. Founded in the 1980’s and still going strong today, we’re making improvements which will hopefully benefit and impact the local community!

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Wrexham Lager

St George’s Crescent, Wrexham, LL13 8DB

From the humble beginnings of our German founders, to reaching far across the former British Empire; the combination of British malt and hops, Welsh mountain water and pure original lager yeast give a drinking sensation unique to Wales. Whether it’s a bottle at a BBQ, a pint at a sports match or a taster with Michelin-starred food, Wrexham Lager is proud to have its place in everyone’s hands.

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North East Wales

Our corner of Wales boasts stunning coastline, rich heritage and family adventures. With an area of outstanding natural beauty, quaint rural towns, stunning coastline and an 11 mile long World Heritage Site. Care for each other, care for our epic country and care for our communities. Just don’t forget your camera when you visit North East Wales.

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Visit Wales

Essential travel information & guidance for tourists visiting or planning a holiday or short break to Wales. Find out key facts and figures about Wales - the country and its history, getting there, climate, culture and other useful information.

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Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir


We are a local choir that rehearses on Monday and Thursday evening 7:00pm to 9:00pm. All our rehearsals are open to visitors who would like to see how a choir puts together it's music to perform. We also hold a number of concerts around the country and also in various locations around and in Wrexham. This year we have a concert in St Mary's in Chirk. William Aston Hall, and St Giles Church. Details of all our concerts are on our website.

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Wrexham Chauffeurs

Ithens Way, Wrexham, LL13 7EQ

Welcome to Wrexham Chauffeurs, a professional, licensed Private Hire Service offering Executive air-conditioned transport solutions to all UK airports, seaports, rail, local and national destinations.

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Yellow Cars

Queensway, Wrexham, LL13 8TY

We are a dynamic fast movingtaxi company with over years of experience of delivering nothing but top-notch quality service to clients of all walks of life. We serve all nearby airports, stations, and local destinations.

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Come to Wales

We look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful and fascinating corner of Wales, where our proud past and rich culture have helped to shape the modern, thriving communities of today.


North Wales Tourism & Go North Wales

The best outdoor adventure activities in the world. Brilliant beaches. Thrilling mountain scenery. Fascinating ancient culture and heritage wherever you turn. North Wales has all this in abundance, and a whole lot more!

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Flintshire Tourism Association

A passionate group of local business people who have come together with the aim of raising the profile of the region and to support, represent, and campaign for the area’s tourism and hospitality sector.

If you need any more information - contact the Visitor Information Centre on 01978 292015 or contact us here (Mon-Sat 9am - 5pm).​

This project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.

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