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Are you up for it...?

Wrexham shoppers are being encouraged to make a few small changes to their shopping habits and aim to take up the ‘£10 Challenge’. 

The challenge, which encourages shoppers to support local and independent businesses and re-discover what gems Wrexham has to have.

It is thought that the ‘simple concept’, which is being pushed by several members of the Town Centre Forum, can make a big difference to local businesses and the footfall in the town centre.

Andrew Atkinson, who chairs the Town Centre Steering Group said: “We are not asking people to abandon the supermarkets or forget about the convenience of shopping online, we’re just asking people to see if they can transfer £10 a week of their supermarket / online shopping budget to the town centre or their local community.

“It might be meat from the butcher, fruit and veg from Covent Garden, gifts, presents, jewellery, anything really. If we all make a few little changes it can make a big difference to the town.”


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