BUS users have backed calls to clean up Wrexham Bus Station.
It comes after councillors said that the inside of the building was dirty and letting the town down.
Following the calls made by Councillors Paul Rogers and Arfon Jones, Wrexham Council said that it was considering a ‘deep clean’ of the entire building.
David Hughes, 36, who uses the bus station on his commute to work, said he would welcome the move: “I use the bus station most days and I think it could certainly do with a bit of a spring clean.
“Quite often you see litter lying around and it doesn’t look good, especially if someone’s visiting from outside town.”
Another bus station user, Maureen Davies, 63, said: “I wouldn’t even bother with the toilets in here, they’re usually filthy.
“Hopefully they’re going to do something about it now.”
A number of Leader readers took to our Facebook page to have their say on the issue. Leah Baines said: “I find it disgusting inside and out, people stand outside the doorways smoking and drop their butts on the floor, not a care.
“The whole building stinks. Just what you want visitors to first see when they get off the bus.”
And Ceri Davies wrote: “The toilets are vile. My little boy needed the loo so went there and I was absolutely disgusted.”
Dan Jones added: “Automatic doors would be good to keep the building warm too. Most new build bus stations have doors that only open when a bus is in the stand, for safety reasons.”
A spokesman for Wrexham Council said: “We do need to take action and we are currently looking at the possibility of a deep clean of the whole building and the day to day security and cleaning of the station."