Welcome to Caia Park Community Council website

Caia Park Community Council was established in 1985 and is one of the four community councils within the built up area of Wrexham town, the others being Acton, Offa and Rhosddu. Caia Park has a resident population of over 13,000 and is the ninth largest community or town council in North Wales.


Please note that all of our face to face drop-in advice sessions are cancelled. Staff are operating by telephone appointments only. If you require support, telephone advice is available on: 01978 290614 daily or 07754549564 (Mon to Fri)  |  07754549560 (Mon  to Thurs) |  07561 694748 (Thurs/Fri only) Phones are manned between the hours of 9.30 - 3.30. Outside of these hours a messaging service is in operation.


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Published: 20 May 22

The will be a celebratory tea for older people from Caia Park at the Happy Hedgehog Cafe, Queensway at 2pm on 4th & 5th June 2022 Places must be booked - Phone Pat Williams on 01978 354933 by 30th May Read More...


Published: 31 Jan 22

Public Access Defibrillators are located at: Pentre Gwyn Community Centre, Abenbury Road and Caia Housing Estate Office, Churchill Drive. Read More...


Published: 30 Jul 21

The Community Council, in partnership with Caia Park Partnership (CPP) and Betsi Cadwalladr University Health Board, have commissioned mental health support with MIND. This is based in the community at CPP. Contact: Damion Jones Well Being Hub Co-ordinator on 07759 130957 Read More...


Published: 27 Jul 21

Caia Park Community Council has a part-time community agent who can advise over 50s on household problems, isolation, loneliness etc. Phone Kathy on 07946778557 or email: caiaparkcommunityagent@gmail.com - more detail click Caia Community Agent Read More...


Published: 23 Jul 21

The RSPCA are currently holding a surgery at Pentre Gwyn Community Centre, Abenbury Road on a Friday from 09.30 to 12.00. The service may be free for those on certain qualifying benefits. Have your pet checked out. Read More...

Annual Wellbeing Report 2020-21

Published: 24 May 21

Annual report on the Well-Being of Future Generations Act (Wales) 2015 for 2020-21 Read More...

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