A flower arranger who decorated Westminster Abbey for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton has been helping care home residents make flower baskets fit for a future queen.
AN up and coming superbike rider targeting glory at the Isle of Man TT race has thanked a fast growing Wrexham copier firm for a fuel injection of cash.
A CAMPAIGN to help raise awareness for carers from all over Wales and the important role they play will take place next month (June, 2018).
A record crowd of keen gardeners arrived at the British Ironwork Centre on Sunday for the company’s annual plant hunters’ fair, now in its 4th year. With over £1000 raised for Hope House Children’s Hospices and an unprecedented
Kind-hearted hospital staff are going up in the world as part of a determined campaign to help a life-saving homeless hostel in Wrexham.
North Wales’ policing boss is to take his fight for police powers to be devolved to Wales to the very top.
TWO social care experts are celebrating after landing a major award for developing a pioneering staff training scheme designed to enrich the lives of care home residents.
THE UK’S fastest growing independent travel firm has launched a major recruitment drive to find 20 new apprentices.
Development of land at Spon Green, Buckley, will bring huge economic benefits to the area, along with much needed, affordable new homes and public open space. Skye Homes Flintshire Ltd has submitted a full planning application
A shopping centre has given North Wales a massive economic boost after clocking up £1.5 billion in spending since it opened 10 years ago, according to the local AM.
Residents at a care home have pimped up their zimmer frames – with the help of some creative schoolchildren.
The British Ironwork Centre near Oswestry is launching its new apprenticeship programme.
A brave mum whose three grown-up children all have a degenerative brain condition has joined forces with a care organisation to launch a new awareness campaign.
Big-hearted staff at a bakery will be going the extra mile for a hospice – and handing out free sausage rolls.
A police boss is backing demands for a new law to make it an offence to attack four-legged crime fighters.
An organisation to match investors to businesses in Wales seeking funding is being launched by the Wrexham-based Development Bank of Wales.
Food is always at the top of every visitor's mind here at the Ironworks.
A CHARITY ball has raised £30,000 to help children with a rare degenerative disease.
A global search to find a new international singing star has attracted a record number of entries.
It’s Bank Holiday weekend and the chances are you’ll be making the Spring pilgrimage to the garden centre; here’s a few tips to make sure it doesn’t result in hours spent cleaning your car and broken plants.
A grandmother from Gwersyllt has won a prestigious award for bringing comfort and colour to lives of people living in a care home.
The Wales wheelchair rugby team brought home the gold at the weekend, winning an impressive 84 -30 against Ireland in the Celtic Cup and Asda Wrexham colleague, Harry Jones helped make that victory happen.
A second dream has come true for football-mad weightlifter Gareth Evans who won Wales' first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
Football fans across the country are being victimised because of legislation built on the lies told to the Hillsborough inquiry, according to a top policing boss.
With exhaust emissions being targeted by Government, one Farmer in Scotland has found a way to keep the air fresh on his farm!!
STAFF at an award-winning Welsh care agency are urging people from the country to put down their mobile phones and tablets and hand write more letters (April, 2018).
The new manager of a Wrexham tenpin bowling centre has pledged to strike up partnerships with community groups and charities.
A leading housebuilder has joined a national campaign aimed at bringing more people into the housebuilding industry. Persimmon Homes South East, which operates new homes developments across Kent, has signed up to the Home Build
The scale of sex crimes against children is much bigger than anybody imagined with apps like Snapchat enabling paedophiles to pinpoint the location of potential targets, according to a police boss.
DISTRESSING footage of a sea turtle having a plastic straw pulled from its nose has prompted the director of a North Wales gastro pub group to ban them from his bars.