Cultural hub in Wrexham welcomes new traders

February 4, 2019 by  

Tŷ Pawb, a cultural centre within Wrexham, has gained three more traders recently.

Councillor Andy Williams, the Mayor of Wrexham, visited Tŷ Pawb to welcome the three businesses to the centre. Business cards are essential items for SMEs looking to connect with others in the local community.

Councillor Terry Evans has some responsibility for local economic development in Wrexham, and he told The Leader:

“It’s great to see these local businesses choosing Tŷ Pawb as their new home. The diverse food and retail offer we now have is helping to make Tŷ Pawb a real draw for visitors and a regular destination for shoppers.”

The firms that have just moved into the centre include a Polish food outlet, a comic store and the club shop of the North Wales Crusaders, a rugby league side, that has been in operation since 2011. Season tickets and replica clothing can be purchased at the new shop.

Maxim Polish Cuisine could prosper at the food court of Tŷ Pawb. It gives customers the choice of eating in or taking food away. The emphasis of Maxim has been placed on the delivery of traditional Polish fare.

BCCM Boarder Collectibles is owned by Al Gilpin, who is passionate about his enterprise. He has used Tŷ Pawb prior to moving in, having taken the opportunity to hire a table in the building on several occasions.