Latest images of work at Wrexham's new £4.5m Ty Pawb arts hub


Joshua Pay

Fresh pictures have been released showing the latest work inside the Ty Pawb development in Wrexham.

The latest images, released by Wrexham Council, were taken on Tuesday evening, and show significant progress on the project, with stalls and galleries beginning to take shape.

The £4.5 million project, located at the old site of the People’s Market in Wrexham town centre, will feature two galleries for the display of exhibitions, several performance spaces that will be flexible in use, the Oriel Wrecsam shop and market stalls.

The second floor will be used for education space and administration.

Excitement is now building ahead of Ty Pawb’s opening, which is scheduled for April 2018.

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  • MikeJ

    16:04, 14 January 2018

    If Wrexham Council had not allowed the police to barge in and take over what was part of the Library, they wouldn't have to be spending all this money on this nonsense.



  • richard

    13:01, 19 November 2017

    For of Wrexham people stop this arty farty dream , syop spending our money on "ART" people in Wrexham need it tidy and clean, with jobs and housing . how many more binmen street cleaners would the "ART" centre have employed. Wrexham needs a real person ,street wise and no "P/C" MALARKY , get a grip its Wrexham , not London or paris , WREXHAM where we need to live , we can be cultural once we have a nice town where tourists want to spend money, without a car parking fine, litter fine or pay 20p to spend a penny . Wrexham council stop wasting our money. ricky owen your next council leader for Wrexham.



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