Offa Community Council covers the historic town centre of Wrexham.  Wrexham has a number of historically important listed buildings dating from between the medieval era and the twentieth century.  They are considered important because of their age, the range of attractive architectural styles they exhibit and the level of craftsmanship involved in their building.  These qualities add real character to the town in a way that more modern buildings often do not.  As a result they are very important and every effort should be made to preserve them.

This page has a look at some of the listed buildings to be found in the Offa Ward.  Read through them and next time you’re in the town centre, take some time to look above the twenty first century shop fronts and see what Wrexham has to offer.

All of the information on this page has been taken from www.buildingsofwrexham.co.uk.  The website is a record of all listed buildings to be found within every council ward of the town of Wrexham.