NETWORK Rail Wales and Boarders has announced its plans to make changes at Gwersyllt Station to "improve safety for station users."

As part of plans for more trains to travel between Wrexham and Bidston in the future, Network Rail Wales and Boarders wants to update passengers on some upcoming changes.

On Friday, November 10, Network Rail will be working overnight between the hours of 10.30pm and 6.30am. This is to remove the barrow crossing and lock the gates at the end of the platform.

From this date, residents and passengers will no longer be able to use the crossing to access the other platform. 

A Network Rail Wales spokesperson said: "The nature of the work often means some noise is unavoidable.

"We are aware we will be working close to your home and will try to minimise this as much as possible, but we are sorry if there is some disturbance."


The improvements to the highway and footpath linking Station Court, High Street and Hope Street have recently been completed. 

This work included lowering kerbs and installing accessible ramps, construction of an island to allow safer crossing of the road and pseudo speed bumps to help slow traffic which will hopefully make the walking route safer for pedestrians. 

All future construction work is to create a safer journey for passengers and station users.