Welcome to the OFFA Community Council website


Offa Community Council was formed in April 1985 following a Boundary Commission Review. It is one of four Town Community Councils serving the town of Wrexham and its voting population is in the region of 7,000.

The Council prides itself on being a forward thinking authority and pursues its policies with the aid of the Clerk to the Council, a Bookings and Admin Officer, an Offa Community Agent and a team of Youth Workers. The Council is composed of 18 elected members, nearly all of whom live within the Community.

Council Members

Meetings and Minutes

Documents

News and Events

Latest News

Council Meeting

Published: 27 Sep 22

A meeting of Offa Community Council will be held on Thursday 6th October 2022 at 7pm at Luke O Connor House Resource Centre, 21 Barter Court, Hightown, LL13 8QT Read More...

HRH Queen Elizabeth II

HRH Queen Elizabeth II

Published: 9 Sep 22

HRH Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022 Read More...

OFFA Annual Report 2021-22

Published: 7 Sep 22

Offa Annual Report for 2021-22. Please click the link below to access in full. Read More...

RWF Statue

RWF Statue

Published: 1 Sep 22

A life-size bronze statue of a Royal Welch Fusilier and regimental goat in a floodlit landscaped setting Read More...

OFFA Advice Service

OFFA Advice Service

Published: 11 Aug 22

Still free to access by phone for all types of advice. Further information....... Read More...

Transport for Wales embarks on an environmental mission with local organisations.

Published: 9 Aug 22

New accessible pathways and enhancements to the woodlands in Little Vawnog, Wrexham and Penyffordd as part of a new Community woodlands project with Transport for Wales (TfW), Woodswork CIC, Offa Community Council and Penyffordd Community Council. Read More...