WREXHAM AFC co-owner Rob McElhenney thanked the Wrexham foodbank for the 'incredible' work they do after paying a visit to the site.

Rob and fellow Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds officially took over control of the football club in early 2021.

Since then, the Reds' popularity has grown day-by-day with the gripping Welcome to Wrexham series also boosting its reputation worldwide.

And it's fair to say that Rob and Ryan have been very hands on in their approach to looking after Wrexham AFC and its community as a whole.

The pair have often been spotted in and around the Racecourse - and Rob has been here, there and everywhere locally over the last few days.

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First, on Saturday (October 22), he was spotted at the Turf where he met several locals and landlord Wayne Jones and was serenaded by popular local band Declan Swans.

Then, on Sunday he was seen at Wrexham Ladies 5-2 win over Llandudno where he stopped with a chat and some photos with fans.

On Monday, he posed for a photo with the Wrexham Lager team at their brewery shop.

And on that same day, he paid a visit to Wrexham Foodbank, which is located at the Puleston Industrial Estate on Ruabon Road.

Following his visit, Rob wrote: "Thank you for having me and for the incredible work you do. Looking fwd to many years of partnership!"

That was in response to the picture the Foodbank posted of their team members with Rob, along with the caption: "We were pleased to welcome Rob McElhenney to our warehouse today and receive his continued support."

Earlier this year, Rob and Ryan released a hilarious 'Wrexham cookbook' with their own rarebit recipes included - to help raise money for the foodbank.

Having been spotted so often in Wrexham over the last few days, there's a good chance we may just see him at the Racecourse for Wrexham's match v Halifax Town on Tuesday (October 25).