Travelling around Wrexham
Wrexham is the largest town in North Wales, lying between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley, close to the English border. This charming market town is surrounded by wild, natural beauty, with acres of parks and woodland to enjoy.
Wrexham is home to the oldest medieval church in Wales, and, with a selection of museums, art galleries and some of the region’s best examples of Georgian and Edwardian architecture, there’s much to see and do. Just a few miles from the English border, Wrexham has excellent road and rail links. Arriva buses operate in the area, providing services to and from Chester, as well as local towns and villages, such as Minera and Mold.
Latest Service Updates
From Monday 13th January 2020, Summerhill Road will be closed by Wrexham County Council Highways Department from Griffiths Lane to Pendine Way for a period of 3 weeks.
Diversions will be in places for services 21 and 21A.
As from Wednesday 15th January 2019, Queen Street in Cefn Mawr will be closed by Wrexham County Council Highways Department for gas mains replacement which will last for a period of 3 weeks.
Due to this, there will be a diversion in place for service 5C.
From Sunday 12 January 2020, some changes will be made to services in Bangor, Chester, Llandudno and Wrexham.