Over 100 people have now applied for shared prosperity funding in Wrexham supporting the community, local businesses, and people.

Wrexham Council says a total of 109 applications for the first round of the Shared Prosperity Fund have been received.

The council is now currently going through the applications and will report the final recommendations to Executive Board in May or June.


Cllr Mark Pritchard, leader of the council, said: “The delivery of projects which will make a real difference in local communities is a step closer now and I look forward to presenting a report to Executive Board in May.

“We are very pleased that applications have come from all areas.”

Wrexham has been allocated £22,684,205 to fund bids that support:

  • Community and Place
  • Supporting Local Business
  • People and Skills