#SeneddWrexham 23-27 March 2015

Published 18/03/2015   |   Last Updated 18/03/2015

 Bws y Cynulliad wedi’i barcio yn Wrecsam / The Assembly bus parked in Wrexham

We are pleased to announce that the National Assembly for Wales will be visiting Wrexham during the week commencing March 23 2015. The purpose of the visit will be to engage directly with the people of Wrexham to ensure they know:

  • who represents them in the Senedd, Cardiff Bay;
  • how the work of the Assembly affects their lives on a daily basis, and;
  • how they can influence the work of the National Assembly for Wales.


We chose Wrexham as the destination for our first visit of this kind because:

  • It had the second lowest turnout during the 2011 Assembly election, after Swansea East;
  • It is the fourth largest town in Wales and the most populated town in north Wales (over 61,000 in 2011);
  • We have a number of partners in the area that can help ensure that our programme for the week is as success.


Drop in to learn about the work of the Assembly and local Assembly Members:

Monday 23 March – 09:00 – 17:00 Queens Square, Wrexham

Tuesday 24 March – 09:00 – 17:00 Queens Square, Wrexham

Wednesday 25 March – 09:00 – 17:00 Contact Wrexham, Lord Street, Wrexham

Thursday 26 March – 09:00 – 17:00 Coleg Cambria, Yale Campus, Wrexham

Friday 27 March – 09:00 – 17:00 Glyndŵr University, Mold road, Wrexham

Friday 27 March – 12:00 Women in Public Life event, Catrin Finch Centre, Glyndŵr University, Mold Road, Wrexham
A panel of female Assembly Members will discuss their personal journey into politics and the obstacles they had to overcome to be successful women in public life.

You can see the events on the National Assembly for Wales Facebook page or follow #SeneddWrexham on Twitter for updates. We look forward to meeting you.