Current and planned consultations


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View more details for consultation Wrexham Woodland Pledge Wrexham Woodland Pledge Wrexham County Borough Council 25 Jul 2022 30 Dec 2024
Why are we doing this?

Trees and woodlands are an essential part of our towns and countryside. They are important for our health, wellbeing and quality of life. We cannot take their future for granted.

Climate change, pests and diseases, building development, modern agricultural practices and misplaced perceptions of risk are just some of the problems that threaten our trees.

At Wrexham Council we have developed the ‘Woodland Pledge’ to help protect trees and woodlands across the county borough. The pledge also encourages people to get outdoors to enjoy trees and woodlands in their neighbourhood.

What do we want to know?
  • We want to know how the people of Wrexham feel about trees and woodlands in their county.
  • We want people to demonstrate their support for trees and woodlands in Wrexham by signing up to the pledge .
  • We want to encourage everyone to join, including those who are part of a local business, community group or organisation.
  • By signing up to the pledge you will join our mailing list, where you can find out how to get involved in 4 different ways:

1. Woodland creation

Tree planting to create new woodland or expand existing woodlands throughout Wrexham. Help us plant more trees by joining one of our tree planting schemes across the county.

2. Woodland conservation

Protect and enhance areas of existing woodland for biodiversity, climate change recovery and good quality habitat.

3. Woodland celebration

Allow nature connection within woodlands for health, wellbeing, play and education.

4. Woodland commendation

Understand how valuable trees and woodlands are to our everyday lives.

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View more details for consultation Wrexham Pantry Wrexham Pantry Wrexham County Borough Council 01 Jul 2024 31 Jul 2024
Why are we doing this?

The Wellbeing Hub team are working with Your Local Pantry and Fareshare to establish if there is interest for a Pantry at the Wellbeing Hub. Local Pantries are places that soften the blow of high living costs and bring people together around food. Pantries are laid out like shops and members choose their own items from a wide selection, including fresh, refridgerated, frozen and long life goods. Pantry members pay a small amount each week and in return they choose at least 10 items of food or groceries worth many times more. 

What do we want to know?

The Pantry will be a membership based community food club at the Wellbeing Hub. We are aiming to open the Pantry in Autumn 2024 but before that we would love to know what you think!