This is by no means a complete list of the things TCC has achieved over the years.  We will continue to update this page with more information. 

Trinco/Eurocare had been given planning permission several years prior to TCC being set up but local TCC members were concerned at the revival of the plan to burn clinical waste near homes and food factories.  TCC negotiated with the company and succeeded in ensuring t...

Local TCC members brought together a range of statutory, commercial and voluntary bodies and worked with them to secure disabled access to the main Flint Post Office.

As a result of local concern about access for emergency vehicles in Station Road and about the difficulty for residents being able to park near their homes, new parking and access arrangements were implemented.

Traffic calming measures were implemented in Llanfair DC by TCC members who were concerned about the dangerous way in which traffic sped through the village.

In 2012 TCC secured a new pelican crossing on Pant Hill in Rhos.  This is a very busy area and it was very dangerous for school children to cross the road. 

10 years ago TCC called together a very broad base of organisations; including Wrexham Football Club, Glyndwr University, the Co-op, and the Farmers Union. The Co-op were integral to our success due to their dedication to Fairtrade, but the heroes we recognised and bro...

TCC holds accountability meetings in the lead up to MP and AM elections.  These give the community a chance to meet the candidates, but also for TCC to form a relationship with the candidates, see how they would progress TCC’s issues if elected, and hold them to accoun...

In 2004 TCC formed a long term Police Liaison Group to alter the effectiveness of the policing of Wrexham by influencing the ways in which the police operated as well as the extent of the funding and effectiveness.  This long term action resulted in a step change in th...

A noisy factory called Deeside Aluminium was blighting the lives of some residents of a small estate called Pentre Maelor on the edge of an industrial estate and the outskirts of Wrexham.   When the factory was first built it had two smelters and they were operated on...

One of TCC’s most famous issues.  In 1999 TCC stopped an incinerator being built and secured recycling for Wrexham County instead.  An incinerator would have tied the County in to a contract for the next 25 years.  Initially there was no community consultation at all,...

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