This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the East Mid Wales county borough
of the Wrexham, named after its major town of  Wrexham.
The county borough was formed in 1996 from the "preserved" county of Clwyd which had the north coast
as boundary from Deeside at  Flint through  Rhyl to  Colwyn Bay.
However, this coastline became part of the unitary authorities of  Flintshire
Denbighshire and  Conwy County Borough.
The River Dee forms the east boundary with England, from the West Cheshire villages of Aldford to Shocklach.
The north east part of Wrexham, north of the A534 is represented by the locality of  Holt.
South of the A534 the villages of Ridleywood and Bowling Bank have been dominated by the
Wrexham Industrial Estate, but the area further south is represented by the  Bangor-on-Dee locality.
The village of Threapwood on the West Cheshire border is considered to be in England,
represented by the  Malpas category. whereas Tallarn Green is in Wrexham.
Wrexham then has its east boundary with Shropshire at  Whitchurch.
The most south east area of Wrexham, north of  Wem and  Ellesmere is represented by the
Bronington locality, where the Llangollen Canal crosses the south east boundary at Bettisfield.
This locality may include websites for Penley, whereas those further west are included in  Overton-on-Dee.
West of Overton, the boundary rejoins the River Dee, then follows a tributary, the River Ceiriog,
flowing from the south of  Chirk, where the Llangollen Canal has an aqueduct over the Ceiriog.
South of Chirk Castle, the boundary heads south west, and extends to enclose the Ceiriog Valley,
reaching 784 metres above sea level at Cadair Bronwen.
The most south west village is Llanarmon (Dyffryn Ceiriog), which is at the end the B4500,
which climbs the valley on the north bank of the Ceiriog, through the villages
of Tregeiriog (Foel Rhiwlas), Pandy, Dolywern and Pontfadog, from Chirk,
and this area is represented by the  Glyn Ceiriog locality.
North of Chirk, the west boundary with Denbighshire is represented by the categories for
  RuabonRhosllanerchrugogBrymbo, west of Wrexham.
The area directly north of Wrexham, west of the A483 to the boundary with Flintshire at
Caergwrle and  Hope, including Burton Green, is represented by the  Llay locality.
The most north west area to the boundary with Cheshire, east of the A483, north of Wrexham,
is represented by the  Rossett locality.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Wrexham County Borough,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality or sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Bangor-on-Dee is a village south east of  Wrexham, on the east bank of the River Dee, north of the A525
from  Whitchurch, and the south east of WBC represented by the  Bronington category,
via Cross Lanes and Marchwiel to Wrexham.
The community council has the welsh name, Bangor-is-y-Coed, and across the Dee are Sesswick to the north west
and Erbistock to the south west.
Overton is directly south on the east bank of the Dee. 
The combined community council of Willington and Worthenbury is directly east, and websites for this area
are included in the Bangor category, whereas those further east to Threapwood are represented
by the Cheshire category, with websites for Hanmer and further south east
are currently included in the Bronington category.
The area north of of the River Dee, such as Wrexham Industrial Estate is represented by the Wrexham locality.
Bronington is a village in the south east of Wrexham Borough County, on the A495 from  Whitchurch to  Ellesmere.
This category represents to most eastern locality in North Wales surrounded by  Malpas in West Cheshire,
and Whitchurch, Wem and Ellesmere in Shropshire.
Until there are sufficient websites for a separate category, this locality includes websites for areas as far
west as Hanmer, whereas those as far north as Worthenbury on the B5069, are representred by the 
Bangor-on-Dee locality, whereas those for Penley are included in the Overton-on-Dee locality.
South of the A495, Fenn's Moss nature reserve is included in this category, where the Llangollen Canal
crosses from Ellesmere to Whitchurch, where the most southern village is Bettisfield.
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The range of service may be included in the description there, so
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Chirk is a market town, population approximately 4500, on the southern boundary of Wrexham Borough County, on the north bank of the River Ceiriog.
The Langollen Canal crosses the Ceiriog by aqueduct, with a railway viaduct running parallel running north, to the west of the town.
Chirk Castle stands on the hill to the west, and this category represents websites for the area around the remains of Offa's Dyke,
but those for areas further west are listing in the  Glyn Ceiriog locality. 
The village south of the Ceiriog, is named Chirk Bank, in Shropshire where websites are represented by the Weston Rhyn category.
Although the town is served by the B4500 and B5070, it is bypassed on the east by the A5, from Oswestry towards  Ruabon.
North of the town the A5 heads west up the Vale of Langollen, on the south bank of the River Dee
across the WBC boundary to Langollen at the village of  Froncysyllte.
Websites for areas north of the Dee should be listed in the Ruabon locality.

If your website does not include a postal address for Chirk, or is outside the area defined,
please suggest it to a more appropriate locality or sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
This category represents websites, primarily for the town of Coedpoeth west of  Wrexham, and
north of  Rhosllanerchrugog, and south of  Brymbo.
This category also represents Minera, Bwlchgwyn, and Four Crosses along the A525, at the Flintshire border,
and the rural area, west of the A483 trunk road and the town, to the boundary with Denbighshire,
where Esclusham Mountain rises to Llangela Forest at the boundary,
  (where websites to the west are represented by the  Llandegla locality).
For websites for Education establishments and specialised tuition, such as driving schools, in Wrexham_County_Borough,
The  Regional Tree View [ ] shows websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic in more detail.

This category lists websites for the village of Froncysyllte above the south bank of the River Dee, overlooking the Vale of  Llangollen
and the south of the  Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, north west of  Chirk.

This category is for websites exclusively about the village of Glyn Ceiriog and the Ceiriog valley within the
county borough of Wrexham, as the Ceiriog flows from the hill-top west boundary at Cadair (784 m)
through the village of Llanarmon (Dyffryn Ceiriog), and along the B4500 on its north bank
through Tregeirog (Foel Rhiwlas), Pandy, Dolywern, and Pontadog, to Chirk.

This category leads to websites about community administration within the County Borough of Wrexham.
At local level, community councils may be listed under the  Government Topic [ ], but where
these websites provide a guide or directory of local amenities, history, attractions
and/or businesses, they are listed with the  Guides and Directories Topic.
Individual politicians and their parties are listed under the Society and Culture category , and
are best seen under the  Politics Topic.
Please suggest websites to the appropriate locality so that they me be added to the
  Regional Tree View [ ] there.
Gresford is a village north west of  Wrexham, and this category lists websites for the community council of Gresford.
Websites to the west across the A483 and River Alyn are represented by the  Llay locality, with the village
of Burton, and area directly north and west of the A483.
The area directly north, east of the A483, north of the River Alyn is represented by the  Rossett locality.
The area to the east is represented by the  Holt locality, websites for south of the A5156, at Llan-y-phwl,
including Wrexham Industrial Estate, are listed in the Wrexham locality.
Please suggest websites for individual establishments to the appropriate  Locality, so that they can be added
to the  Regional Tree View [ ] showing websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic.

Overton is a village and community council in the south east of Wrexham Borugh County, on the east bank
of the River Dee, west of Erbistock on the west bank. 
The A495 from Penley to Ruabon, crosses the Dee at Overton Bridge north of Erbistock. 
This category is for websites from or about this locality, to Knolton Hall, the south border along Shell Brook to
the hamlets of Knolton Bryn and Knolton on the A528 to Ellesmere, and Lightwood on the A539 to Penley.
Websites for Hanmer and further south east are included in the  Bronington category.
Websites further north, east of the River Dee are included in the  Bangor-on-Dee category, whereas
those for areas west of the River Dee are included in the  Ruabon locality.

Please suggest websites for individual establishments to the appropriate  Locality, so that they can be added
to the  Regional Tree View [ ] showing websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic.
This category represents websites, for the town of Rhosllanerchrugog, south west of  Wrexham,
south east of  Coedpoeth and north of  Ruabon.
The community council of Rhosllanerchrugog, includes Johnstown, to the west of the A483 trunk road,
with Pencae and Afon Eitha, named after the river flowing towards Ruabon.
Websites for the area north to Talwrn, and west to Bronwylfa and Cae-llwydd resevoir are listed here.
Rossett is a village in the north west of Wrexham County Borough, and this category lists websites for the community
council of Rossett, to Pulford Brook which forms the country boundary with Cheshire West and Chester.
This category includes websites for the village of Trevalyn to the south east, where the River Alyn flows
in to River Dee, on the boundary with Churton, whereas websites further south west are
included in the  Hope locality.
The area directly north east of Wrexham, east of the A483, and south of the River Alyn
is represented by the  Gresford locality.
The village of Burton, west of the A483, and the area north, known as Burton Green and Burton Meadows
to the boundary with Flintshire is currently represented by the  Llay locality.
This category represents websites, primarily for the town of Ruabon, south of  Rhosllanerchrugog,
and north of  Chirk.
This category also represents the rural area, south of the town, to the north bank of the River Dee,
and south west to Cefn-Mawr, where websites are listed in the  Froncysyllte locality.
This category includes websites corresponding to north of the A539, villages of Acrefair and Penycae,
all the way to the boundary with Denbighshire, where Ruabon Mountain rises to
Eglwyseg Mountain at the boundary, whereas websites to the west are
included in the  Langollen locality.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the North East Wales town of Wrexham.
The town is surrounded by  Rhosllanerchrugog to the south,  Brymbo, to the west,  Llay to the north,
which is east of the A483 bypass from Cheshire to  Chirk.
The area north west of Wrexham is represented by the  Gresford category.  Wrexham Industrial Estate
is east of the town and the  Business and Economy category includes websites based there.
Until there are sufficient websites, this category may include websites for areas around Marchwiel and
Cross Lanes, whereas those further along the A525 across the River Dee are represented by
the  Bangor-on-Dee, but those further afield are likely to be listed in an another category
of the  Wrexham County Borough.
If your website does not include Wrexham as the post address, please
suggest it to the appropriate locality or sub-category of Wales.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.