The town of Wrexham lies in Welsh Border Country, nestled in the lower Dee Valley between the lush Cheshire plains of England and the rolling hills of North Wales. The area has many attractions and places to visit including St Giles Church and the two National Trust properties of Erddig Hall and Chirk Castle.
Wrexham has an astonishing range of historical attractions. Including an aqueduct that is officially one of the most remarkable places on the planet. Yes, the nearby Pontcysyllt Aqueduct is officially a World Heritage Site. Wrexham Football Club is one of the oldest football clubs in Britain. There is a wide range of good walking country around Wrexham including Wales' best-known long distance footpath - the Offa's Dyke Trail passes within 6 miles of the town.
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