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Wales' first virtual care home sparks economic renaissance in Wrexham

Wales' first virtual care home sparks economic renaissance in Wrexham

A care organisation has been hailed for helping to spearhead an "economic renaissance" in Wrexham after opening the first virtual training centre of its kind in Wales.

Youngsters invited to name new Telford Centre mascot

Youngsters invited to name new Telford Centre mascot

Shoppers in Telford are being asked to help come up with a name for their new kid’s club mascot this half term weekend.

Food festival marks anniversary in style by giving free entry to health service heroes

Food festival marks anniversary in style by giving free entry to health service heroes

A cancer nurse was among the health service staff given free entry to one of the UK's top food festivals as a way of celebrating the event's 20th anniversary.

Police boss pledges support for Welsh speaking officers

Police boss pledges support for Welsh speaking officers

A police boss has pledged to work tirelessly to ensure the Welsh language is given equal status in the North Wales force.

Talented care home residents write "amazing" plot for new musical show

Talented care home residents write

Care home residents have created the imaginative plot for a new musical show to be performed by a symphony orchestra.

Pioneering training officer in running for social care Oscar

Pioneering training officer in running for social care Oscar

A council worker who introduced a pioneering training programme to help care home staff transform the lives of people living with dementia is in line for a top award.

Store staff get physical for cancer charity

Store staff get physical for cancer charity

Big hearted store staff were put through their paces to raise money for a cancer charity.

Spare a thought for elderly this Bonfire night

Spare a thought for elderly this Bonfire night

PEOPLE from Wales planning Bonfire night parties or fireworks displays this November (2017) are being urged to spare a thought for the elderly and vulnerable.

The Roads of Castles in Wonderland lead to prosperity for North Wales

The Roads of Castles in Wonderland lead to prosperity for North Wales

Plans have been unveiled for a brand new tourism route created especially for the increasing number of Japanese visitors fuelling the tourism boom in North Wales.

Llangollen will be transformed into UK culinary capital

Llangollen will be transformed into UK culinary capital

A town where Wales meets the world will be transformed into the culinary capital of the UK - for one weekend only.

Police bosses condemn Spanish riot cops

Police bosses condemn Spanish riot cops

The violent and brutal attacks by Spanish riot police on peaceful protesters in Barcelona have been condemned by two Welsh policing chiefs.

No ‘trick or treats’ on the elderly this Halloween says care provider

No ‘trick or treats’ on the elderly this Halloween says care provider

AN AWARD-WINNING care provider in Wrexham is continuing its campaign to ban trick or treating on the elderly this month (October, 2017).

Chainsaw sculpting supremo to preside over the first ever Wales Pumpkin Carving Championships

Chainsaw sculpting supremo to preside over the first ever Wales Pumpkin Carving Championships

A man who tours the world using a chainsaw to create stunning sculptures is masterminding the first ever Welsh pumpkin championship.

Matthew is UK's first support officer for victims of modern slavery

Matthew is UK's first support officer for victims of modern slavery

The UK's first police support officer dedicated to helping victims of modern slavery has just started work as part of a major campaign to tackle the callous crime in North Wales.

Migrant football team takes the field to show the red card to hate crime

Migrant football team takes the field to show the red card to hate crime

A football team from Wrexham which includes refugees and migrant players has joined forces with a police boss in a campaign to kick out hate crime.

Dancing grannies gone bad head for Wrexham

Dancing grannies gone bad head for Wrexham

Internet sensations Granny Turismo will be rampaging on souped-up shopping trolleys

Take extra care of elderly as clocks change says care provider

Take extra care of elderly as clocks change says care provider

PEOPLE in Wrexham are being urged to keep a closer eye on elderly relatives or neighbours after the clocks go back one hour this month (October, 2017).

Son inspires Rachel's new business making vegan cakes

Son inspires Rachel's new business making vegan cakes

A mum-of-three has launched a new business making vegan cakes - just a year after she turned her back on animal products.

Boys' choir prepares for moving tribute to iconic poet Hedd Wyn

Boys' choir prepares for moving tribute to iconic poet Hedd Wyn

A boys' choir will be performing at a moving ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of iconic Welsh poet Hedd Wyn - with the help of cash seized from criminals.

Hospice gears up to raise a car boot full of cash

Hospice gears up to raise a car boot full of cash

A hospice is gearing up for a series of fund-raising events with a difference - the first car boot sales in North Wales to be held in a multi-storey car park.

Call for urgent action to reduce number of women dying from drug overdoses

Call for urgent action to reduce number of women dying from drug overdoses

A police boss has called for urgent action to reduce the number of women dying from drug overdoses in North Wales.

Former ‘Downton Abbey’ housemaid toasts good health thanks to revolutionary treatment

Former ‘Downton Abbey’ housemaid toasts good health thanks to revolutionary treatment

A great-grandmother who once worked as a housemaid at the ‘real’ Downton Abbey has praised the doctor who gave her back her life following pioneering gynaecological treatment.

Store staff come steaming in with effort for Macmillan’s World Biggest Coffee Morning

Store staff come steaming in with effort for Macmillan’s World Biggest Coffee Morning

Big-hearted staff at a Wrexham store are brewing up another special day of fundraising for a cancer support charity.

Chef running one of country’s most decorated restaurants will show off skills to food lovers

Chef running one of country’s most decorated restaurants will show off skills to food lovers

The Dee Valley chef in charge of one of the finest restaurants in Wales will be demonstrating his culinary mastery at a top food festival.

Game-changer for £3 billion-a-year social care sector

Game-changer for £3 billion-a-year social care sector

The Welsh Government decision to include social care as one of five key priority areas for their new economic strategy has been hailed as a "potential game-changer" for the sector.

Oh baby, what a great idea!

Oh baby, what a great idea!

A go-ahead mum has set up a new business selling bespoke baby and toddler products and now has customers as far afield as France and New Zealand.

Wine wizard to the stars returns to pop a few corks on home turf

Wine wizard to the stars returns to pop a few corks on home turf

One of the UK's youngest head sommeliers who has served stars like Sir Tom Jones and Coldplay frontman Chris Martin will be sharing his wine expertise at Llangollen Food Festival.

Police boss calls for rethink on stopping handouts to homeless

Police boss calls for rethink on stopping handouts to homeless

A police boss has urged a senior councillor to think again about his call to starve homeless people of donations.

Sky's the limit for care home residents

Sky's the limit for care home residents

Residents at a care home have been flying high after organising their own kite festival.

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