At Estyn Wellbeing centre the warm and friendly staff want to help you to live well, be well and feel well.
They offer a wide range of affordable, holistic massages, treatments and therapies from within a warm and friendly environment including support for your emotional wellbeing through established counselling methods, to aid with personal development and mental health. In addition they host a range of yoga and meditation classes as well as a regular variety of workshops and events. Their therapies are complementary to conventional medicine and work well alongside any treatment your GP or Consultant may prescribe.


Co‑op Members have helped to raise over amazing £20 million for local causes. That means they’ve been able to help fund thousands of local projects that benefit communities across the UK. Co-op Members contribute as they shop with 1% of what they spend on selected own-brand products and services going to the local community fund. The money raised by all the members in your community, together with money from shopping bag sales, helps to fund local projects in the area where you live. Since September 2016, they have raised a total of more than £20 million.


This building was previously known by the same name but in English – Seven Stars. Its new name reflects the pub’s reopening in January 2012 by a co-operative called Canolfan Gymraeg Wrecsam Cyf (Wrexham Welsh Language Centre Ltd). The centre provides a focalpoint in the town centre for Welsh speakers or learners, and is also the Clubhouse for Bellevue FC and the in the bar area sits the Wrexham Community Cup, won by Bellevue FC in their debut season.


Opened in 2016 by brothers, Andy and Phil Gallanders, King Street Coffee Company is a modern coffee shop which serves a variety of tea, coffee and hot chocolate all sourced from local suppliers and also a range of handmade cakes and toasted sandwiches. For a small independent business the two brothers are committed to the local community and the growth of Wrexham as a town, as well as their shop in Wrexham Bus Station, they can often be found serving up a storm at local events and festivals.