Wrexham is a modern, bustling town in the far north east of Wales, comfortably nestling in the Lower Dee Valley with glorious hills as a backdrop. Bordering Cheshire, it is the largest town, commercial, educational and retail area in North Wales. As such, there is a diverse range of both high street and unique, boutique shops available within the town. The rich industrial heritage of Wrexham is evident at every turn, with old ironworks, collieries and factories, once silenced and ghostly, now regenerated as homes, retail spaces and offices.
Tourism within the town and the local area also provides a welcome boost to the economy in this part of Wales, alongside its booming commercial industry. The nearby National Trust property Erdigg Hall boasts some of the finest formal gardens in the country and the magnificent building and estate consistently ranks within the top ten historic sites in the UK.