Rossett Community Council Noticeboard

(Information last updated on 16th May 2019 by Wendy Pace, Clerk) 

Volunteers Required for the Community Hub Project

Do you want to be involved in the next stages of the Rossett Community Hub project looking at developing the toilet block?  The results of the survey show there is a resounding desire for a café type facility but this project needs moving through the next stages.  We are therefore looking for local volunteers to help with the formation of a plan to turn this from a wish to reality.  If you can help, please email:

Community Consultation Notification for the Local Development Plan

Following the residents meeting, as promised, to view the presentation by Mr John Filce please click here.

Outreach Post Office - Available every Friday 10.30 - 12.30 from 25th May 2018

Since the closure of the Spar in Rossett the Post Office have been seeking to re-establish a service within retail premises. So far none of the current retailers wish to take on this service so Rossett has been without a valuable resource. Rossett Community Council have been working with the Post Office who offer an ‘outreach’ service. These are predominately placed in very rural areas which have no local access to a Post Office. Whilst Rossett doesn’t fall into that category the Post Office have agreed to offer a service for 2 hours a week operating from the meeting room at the Presbyterian Church on Station Road (a couple of doors away from the old Post Office). They will offer similar services to those available at Gresford . The Presbyterian will attempt to offer refreshments during the opening hours.  We hope this service will be well used which may allow us to request additional hours. The provision of this service will not dilute the attempts to progress a more accessible service for all.

 Information from Wrexham Police: 

Residents in Rossett and the surrounding area are being warned to ensure that any sheds and outbuildings are locked following a recent spate in thefts.

Over recent weeks chainsaws in particular have been stolen, officers are issuing a timely reminder for residents to ensure they secure their property.

Garden sheds are often considered low priority when it comes to security and can make easy pickings when it comes to crime.

It’s also important that you let police know about any suspicious persons or vehicles, regardless of how insignificant you think it may be.

Any information provided by the public is greatly appreciated and may lead to the final piece of a jigsaw that allows for a successful prosecution.”

Anybody who may have information regarding the theft of chainsaws in the local area, or who may know if they are being sold onto unsuspecting customers are asked to contact North Wales Police on 101, or via Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Public Spaces Order applicable to all dog owners - Do you own a dog?  If so you need to be aware of the Public Spaces Order has now been passed relevant to ALL dog owners. click here  to view the Order.

Speeding in the village is an issue and we are asking residents to check their speed and keep our roads safe and accident free.   Stats  

To view the Rossett Flood Plan please click link.