Welcome!

A warm welcome to the Website for Sesswick Community Council. We hope you enjoy looking around and exploring the website. For information about the Council, what is being or has been discussed, local news, and updates please see the separate pages.

Sesswick Community Council came into being in 1972, as a result of the Local Government Act 1972, although it has a much longer history.

The Council administers the lowest level of public administration funded by a local Precept. Whilst we have few formal powers, the Council is pleased to represent the local community in the Cross Lanes area and to act as an advocate to both Wrexham County Borough Council and to the Welsh Government. The Council does provide some services such as footway lighting and provides financial support to organisations and charities which support the local community.



Latest News

Age Cymru

Age Cymru

Published: 14 Jun 22

Come and chat with Age Cymru / Dewch i gael sgwrs gyda Age Cymru Read More...

Notice of Cooption

Published: 20 May 22

Notice is hereby given that Sesswick CC intends to Co-opt three members Read More...

Enquiries relating to the felling of the Ash Tree on Nant Clwyd Park

Published: 20 May 22

Private contractors working for and on behalf of WCBC recently completed works to the ash tree adjacent to the sub-station in Nant Clwyd Park. The ash is not subject to the tree preservation order which affects the adjacent oak tree. Prior to undertaking the work, the ash tree was inspected both by David Jones (WCBC Arboricultural Manager) and again by myself; both inspections revealed the tree to be structurally compromised due to the presence of decay both in the main trunk at ground level and within a primary stem between 5.0 – 8.0m. Read More...