A POTTERY cafe which reloated to Wrexham city centre has officially opened its doors. 

Cwtch Pottery Cafe announced last month that it would be leaving Rossett to relocate to Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre.

The Leader: A nod to Wrexham AFC's star owners greets customers as they enter the cafe.A nod to Wrexham AFC's star owners greets customers as they enter the cafe. (Image: UGC)

On Monday (February 12), Wrexham mayor, Councillor Andy Williams, officially opened the business' new premises - in the former Starbucks building.

Owner Jules Vaughan said: "Eagles Meadow is a brilliant fit for Cwtch Pottery Cafe and a perfect destination for families looking to enjoy great food, a friendly atmosphere, family fun and entertainment and quality recreational time together, and this is just the beginning of something amazing."

The Leader:

Cllr Williams said: "The opening of the new Cwtch Pottery Cafe is a welcome addition to the Eagles Meadow Shopping Centre and the city centre as a whole. 

"You can just pop in for a coffee/food or indulge in some pottery painting as you drink your coffee. This is a must for children and adults, once you’ve painted your pot it’s left for Jules to put in the kiln to fire ready for your collection at a later date. Watch out for the very popular prosecco and painting evenings, and also potters wheel evenings where you can try your hand at the wheel."


Cllr Williams added: "It’s so good to see shops and units that have sat empty for many months, even years in some cases, brought back to life. This is hopefully just the start of things to come, with the Gateway Project and Utopia City being another two huge projects in the pipeline.

"Wrexham is becoming a more vibrant place every week and the impact Rob and Ryan has helped immensely.

"As mayor, I'm being invited almost on a weekly basis to open new business from coffee shops, wine bars, pubs, restaurants and commercial properties. 

"It’s lovely to see local family business popping up like Cwtch as well as multi million-pound companies. Wrexham really does have a lot to shout about."