AN event that puts the focus on fun and games, returns to Wrexham this weekend.

Taking place on Saturday, September 23, Wrexham Games Day is back, bigger, better and with more to enjoy than ever before.

Taking over Ty Pawb, from 10am-4pm, gaming clubs Wrexhammer and Deeside Defenders will also be in attendance, as well as several cosplayers, streamers and modellers. There will even be Wrexham's very own replica of Johnny 5, the star of 1986 hit movie, Short Circuit.

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For anyone interested in an insight into what a career in the games industry looks like, you can meet the award-winning team at Wrexham.Games to find out more.

There really will be something for everyone at Wrexham Games Day, including board games, electronic games, consoles, retro arcade classics, card games and collectables.

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The event's exclusive face painters and glitter tattooists on the day will be the talent artists of Noo Tattoo, from video game character Kirby to a Yoshi egg or more. And there will even be some very special cuddly Pokémon.

The not-for-profit event - organised by directors Pete Debney, Matthew Pierce and Chaz Hughes - is free to enter but a collection will be made on the day in support of mental health charity, MIND.

A spokesperson for MIND North East Wales said: "Thank you so much for choosing to support North East Wales Mind. We're very grateful and any kind donations received during Wrexham Games Day will directly go towards supporting people in Wrexham and Flintshire."