Welcome to the official website of the Gwersyllt Community Council which we hope will be a valuable source of information about the authority and the community it serves.

As work on the site progresses, all agendas and minutes of the Council, together with other associated documents about the workings, procedures and business of the Council, will be available.


Local News

Public Notice of a casual vacancy in the Gwersyllt North Ward

Abandoned Supermarket Trolleys

If you want to report an abandoned supermarket trolley just contact Trolleywise via or on Twitter @trolleywise and they will retrieve it.

Neighbourhood Watch - WARNING!

Trading Standards have made us aware of reports of persons targeting residents in their 80’s & 90’s in and around Wrexham neighbourhoods, claiming they are from the Water Board !

This is one of the common ruses used by Bogus Callers is to say that they are from one of the utility companies or “Boards” as they used to be known.

If a caller claims they are from the “Water Board”, “Gas Board” or “Electric Board” DO NOT LET THEM IN!  Those “Boards” do not exist anymore.

Bogus callers are conmen (or women) who use a variety of stories to gain access to a person's home in order to steal. They may pose as an official caller from a local authority or a utility company - Gas, Electricity or Water, with a plausible explanation for needing to enter the home.

Rogue Traders are people who pretend to be builders needing to do 'urgent' repairs or sales people offering bargain products. They often pressurise householders to pay in advance for materials or do poor work at highly inflated prices.

A common factor is that both Bogus Callers and Rogue Traders prey on vulnerable older or disabled people. Many offences go unreported. When a bogus caller uses a trick to enter a home and steal property it is called a 'Distraction Burglary'.

Bogus callers succeed because they sound believable, so don't be fooled. Make sure in your own mind that they are whom they claim to be by following these simple steps:

• Think before you open the door - use your door chain and spy hole or look out of the window to see if you recognise them.

• Ask callers for proof of identity. Check! telephone the company the caller claims to represent (use a number from the telephone directory and not any number they might give you). If suspicious report it immediately to 101

• Most utility companies now offer a password identification system.

Always follow this advice

LOCK – Is your back door locked? Always check it is as soon as someone knocks at your door or rings your bell. Be aware that bogus callers sometimes have an accomplice who may try to enter your home by the back door whilst you are distracted.

STOP – Do not open the door until you have looked through a window or used a door viewer to see who is on your doorstep. Remember, you do not have to open your door to anyone, especially someone you are not expecting or do not know. If in doubt, keep them out by keeping your door shut. Consider calling a friend or relative, if you have a warden call or community alarm press your button and call them. Please do not feel intimidated into opening the door.

CHAIN – If you feel that you need to speak to the caller, use a door-chain.
Do not open the door unless you put the chain on first so that you can see the person on your doorstep. Find out who they are and what they want. Close the door again while you do the following:

CHECK – Check their identity. Do not assume what they tell you is true, check by calling the utility company or if suspicious call 101 immediately

Remember, it is your home & YOU ARE IN CONTROL

Carer Information and Support Programme

Carer Information and Support Programme provides evidence based carer information in a group environment where carers are able to share their experiences and find out about local and national services that may be of help. CrISP is delivered by trained local staff.


CrISP aims to improve the knowledge, skills and understanding of people caring for a person with dementia, by providing effective support and up-to-date and relevant information. Each programme is delivered to small groups of up to 12 people.


The programme consists of two separate parts: CrISP 1 and CrISP 2:


CrISP 1 has been designed specifically for carers, family members and friends of people with a recent diagnosis of a dementia. It consists of four essential sessions, each lasting 2.5 hours, covering the following topics:

  • Understanding dementia
  • Providing support and care
  • Legal and money matters
  • Coping day-to-day


CrISP 2 has been designed specifically for carers, family members and friends of people who have been living with dementia for some time. It consists of three essential sessions, each lasting 2.5 hours, covering the following topics

  • Understanding how dementia progresses
  • Living with change as dementia progresses
  • Living well as dementia progresses, including occupation and activities.


If you know of anyone who would be interested in attending any of the sessions in the attached document please do not hesitate to get in touch.  Places are limited so booking is essential.

New Alzheimer's Society Premises

Please be informed that we are moving to new premises.  From the 9th of January we will be based at Unit 2, Mold Business Park, Wrexham Road, Mold, Flintshire CH7 1XP.  The main contact number for our new office will be 01352 700462

Gwersyllt Safer Neighbourhood Team

Come and join the Gwersyllt Safer Neighbourhood Team for a cuppa and an informal chat at the Gwersyllt Community Resource Centre, Second Avenue, Gwersyllt on the first Monday of the month from 11.30a.m. - 12.30 p.m.

You can discuss any concerns you may have, ask advice about issues that matter most to you or learn more about the work of your local policing team.

All are welcome.