Two main car parks in Wrexham city centre will be closed this weekend. 

Wrexham Council has confirmed that the Waterworld car park and Guildhall car park will be closed this coming weekend (September 24 and 25). 

The Waterworld car park will be closed for Wrexham Feast, formally known as Wrexham Food and Drink Festival. 

The event is being held on Saturday and Sunday at the Waterworld car park, meaning it will be closed for parking between Friday and Sunday. 

Sam Rowlands MS is encouraging residents to attend the returning festival. He said: “It is great to see the return of this popular event which is set to attract hundreds of visitors from the Wrexham area and all over North Wales.

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“This year’s festival will have all the usual attractions with plenty of different food and drink on offer to sample and live music and entertainment throughout both days. There will also be cookery demonstrations and vintage fairground attractions.

“What a great way to promote Wrexham which recently became Wales’s newest city and one of three in North Wales along with St Asaph and Bangor. The festival is well worth a visit this weekend.”

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Additionally, the Guildhall car park will be closed on Sunday, to accommodate for the rearranged Focus Wales concert. 

The free gig was set to take place on September 10, but due to the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, it was postponed. 

It is now taking place at Llwyn Isaf on Sunday between 2pm and 10pm. 

Popular Wrexham band The Royston Club will be headlining the event, which has been put on to celebrate Wrexham's recent successes. 

As well as The Royston Club, those attending will be able to enjoy, Campfire Social, Seazoo, Tara Bandito, Lizzie Squad, Sage Todz, Cara Hammond, Andy Hickie and the Delta Lions Choir.

Nigel Williams, lead member for economy and regeneration, said: “It’s certainly been a busy year here in Wrexham with lots of focus on us both nationally and internationally.

“There’s no doubt Wrexham is making massive advances and has a great future lined up. I hope everyone enjoys the event on Saturday and all those coming up.

"We have a fantastic line up of artists playing live at Llwyn Isaf from lunch time into the evening with music to cater for all tastes and ages so please bring your families along to enjoy.”