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Get free advice on respite relief

Get free advice on respite relief

CARERS in Wrexham are next month (April, 2017) being offered free advice on respite relief by a care agency in the area.

Dementia champ welcomes cute initiative to help those living with condition

Dementia champ welcomes cute initiative to help those living with condition

Five companies are researching high-tech ways to help reduce the anxiety of those living with dementia travelling to hospital appointments.

New boss Barry serves up burgers instead of beer

New boss Barry serves up burgers instead of beer

A former pub landlord has swapped beer for burgers after taking over as manager of a restaurant in Wrexham.

Blaze heroes win award

Blaze heroes win award

A shopping centre’s security staff have won an award for their swift response when a freak fire broke out in one of the shops.

Care firm says future for workers is flexibility

Care firm says future for workers is flexibility

PEOPLE residing in rural areas with other commitments that might prevent them from taking up a full-time job make ideal employees says an award-winning care provider in Wales (March, 2017).

Abacare helps unemployed get back to work

Abacare helps unemployed get back to work

A WELSH care agency has revealed (March, 2017) it is offering re-training to unemployed individuals who are looking for work.

ANWYL PROMOTES JULIE TO FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

ANWYL PROMOTES JULIE TO FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

Flintshire-based Anwyl Homes has promoted Julie Banham to the role of financial controller for the Homes division.

Success of wheat-free bakery leads to doubling of workforce

Success of wheat-free bakery leads to doubling of workforce

The explosion in demand for wheat-free products has helped a bakery double its workforce to more than 50 staff in less than a year.

Grandmother hails breast reduction surgery that gave her back her life

Grandmother hails breast reduction surgery that gave her back her life

A grandmother who spent 25 years suffering chronic back pain has been reunited with the world-renowned plastic surgeon who gave her back her life after breast reduction surgery.

Happy Birthday Dame Vera

Happy Birthday Dame Vera

Residents at a care home will be paying their own tribute to Dame Vera Lynn on her 100th birthday with the help of a West End star.

Police boss puts Portuguese way of dealing with drugs in the frame for TV documentary

Police boss puts Portuguese way of dealing with drugs in the frame for TV documentary

A police boss says the way drug use is treated as a health issue rather a criminal matter in Portugal could also be the way forward in this country.

Search for talented young singer to join Sir Bryn and other global greats

Search for talented young singer to join Sir Bryn and other global greats

A search has been launched to find a talented young singer for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to perform with Sir Bryn Terfel and two other global opera stars.

CENTRE CELEBRATES TELFORD MUMS

CENTRE CELEBRATES TELFORD MUMS

Local mums are in line for a treat as Telford Shopping Centre launches a brace of Mother’s Day competitions.

Bright young business stars from Wrexham finance firm earn their place in new talent academy

Bright young business stars from Wrexham finance firm earn their place in new talent academy

TWO bright young business stars from a Wrexham finance firm have been selected to be part of a new North Wales Young Talent Academy.

Police boss says online paedophiles should always be prosecuted

Police boss says online paedophiles should always be prosecuted

North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones was responding to comments by the Simon Bailey, the National Police Chiefs’ Council lead for child protection, who believes only offenders who pose a physical risk to children

Kind-hearted Wrexham shoppers boost funds for charity set up in memory of ‘caring’ teenager

Kind-hearted Wrexham shoppers boost funds for charity set up in memory of ‘caring’ teenager

GENEROUS shoppers at a Wrexham toy store have boosted a charity fund set up in memory of a talented teenager who died of a brain tumour.

Despair turns to joy for Karen after landing her dream job

Despair turns to joy for Karen after landing her dream job

A sales floor manager who was left devastated when the BHS chain collapsed has gone from heartbreak to joy after landing a dream job.

Parties at the double for centenarian Gertrude

Parties at the double for centenarian Gertrude

A great-great-grandmother who worked as a volunteer at a hospice until she was 92 has celebrated a new milestone - her 100th birthday.

Police boss helps young footballers tackle anti-social behaviour

Police boss helps young footballers tackle anti-social behaviour

A pioneering project using football to tackle anti-social behaviour in two deprived areas of Wrexham has been given a major boost – thanks to cash confiscated from crooks.

Dementia sufferers stay at home thanks to specialist care

Dementia sufferers stay at home thanks to specialist care

PEOPLE from Wrexham who suffer with dementia can receive care at home thanks to a training scheme run by a care provider in the area (March, 2017).

Storage giant’s new Wrexham container park will treble capacity in the town

Storage giant’s new Wrexham container park will treble capacity in the town

One of the UK’s biggest containerised self-storage companies has opened a brand new site in Wrexham.

Legendary choir to host St David’s concert in world’s choral capital

Legendary choir to host St David’s concert in world’s choral capital

A venue acclaimed as the world capital of choral singing will play host to a show-stopping St David’s Day concert featuring the world famous Rhos Male Voice Choir.

Pancake flippers raise cash for hospice

Pancake flippers raise cash for hospice

Shoppers had a flipping good time in aid of a hospice.

North misses out on sex offender funding as Cardiff creams off cash

North misses out on sex offender funding as Cardiff creams off cash

The people of North Wales are being treated like second class citizens when it comes to dealing with sex offenders, according to the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner.

Last call for International Eisteddfod Voice of the Future entries

Last call for International Eisteddfod Voice of the Future entries

Entries flood in ahead of Friday 3rd March 2017deadline following prize fund boost from Pendine Park

Store trio of wedding bells celebrate new jobs

Store trio of wedding bells celebrate new jobs

Wedding bells will be ringing three times at a fashion store where they're also celebrating a hat-trick of promotions.

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Keep youngsters out of court, says police boss

Keep youngsters out of court, says police boss

A police boss is calling for children to be treated differently by the justice system so their lives are not blighted by being criminalised at an early age.

Swap crooning in the bath for singing with an opera star and a top orchestra

Swap crooning in the bath for singing with an opera star and a top orchestra

Aspiring singers are being urged to take centre stage with an opera star and a top orchestra at a brand new event.

Pioneering social care scheme creates 30 jobs

Pioneering social care scheme creates 30 jobs

A care organisation aims to create about 30 new jobs over the next year following the launch of an innovative new training programme.

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