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Local Bookshops

Waterstones

9-11 Regent St, Wrexham LL11 1SG, UK – 01978 357444

Nice shop with a good layout for a wheelchair user (like me). Staff are very helpful and knowledgeable

Good service and an impressive selection of books, though the art section is poor. Good provision for children at the back, and good for novels and new releases at the front. Also, cards, giftwrap, gifts...but can be a little expensive. Closing time is odd, at 5.15pm.

Manna Christian Bookshop & Coffee Shop

17 Charles St, Wrexham LL13 8BT, UK – 01978 364405

The staff are the loveliest, most accommodating people in town! The food is superb, I'd highly recommend whatever soup is on the menu that day...they're all absolutely delicious! At lunch times it can be busy but they will do their best to fit you in somewhere. The cakes are homemade and just so so tasty! And the prices are really good and inexpensive. Definitely one of my favourite places to lunch or grab a quick bite to eat!

This is my faverate cafe in Wrexham. The coffee is nice. The cakes are homemade and taste lovely.

The Works

25 Regent St, Wrexham LL11 1RY, UK – 01978 358068

Books at half the price. Bargain, a lad who works here is really on the ball and helpful.

The works has really great deals and offers the staff are always lovely awesome customer service. the only issue i have with the wrexham works is its to small. Im writing this view after reading about a complaint made about the staff. personally whenever i have gone to the store iv never had any trouble the staff are all real really lovely

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