Wrexham set to expand to 37 number of protected green spaces

Residents in Wrexham will benefit from 37 local parks and green spaces which are protected for good after Wrexham County Borough Council agreed plans to secure the future of ten country parks.

The Welsh authority will follow the lead set by Liverpool City Council in England and City of Edinburgh Council in Scotland by recognising the benefits that green spaces provide to people, place and planet. There are already 27 protected green spaces in the town and by protecting a further ten parks across the county borough forever, Wrexham will become the landowner with the most protected spaces in Wales.

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