Lap Dancing Clubs in Wrexham

  • Sorry No Clubs

Positioned right on the border with England in the Dee valley area, Wrexham is the biggest town in the north of Wales, over the border from Chester and Crewe. The town has just over 60,000 inhabitants and honorary city status, if not for it’s population numbers, the minimum being 100k. It’s long been a centre for mining and heavy industries, mainly because it is so easy to get over to London and the Midlands. The last coal field shut down in 1986 and is now known for tech and service industries such as electronics and the JCB Transmissions plant in the east of the city. It has more shops and retail outlets than any other area in the North of the country.

The main sights in Wrexham city centre are the gothic St Giles Cathedral, Wrexham Glyndwr University, the horse racecourse, Wrexham FC football stadium and various historic traditional pubs and inns.

The region doesn’t have any licensed strip clubs at the current time, for either full time or occasional events. This could be due to a lack of demand or more usually interference from pressure groups. As usual UK Strip clubs promises to list all new venues as they come along. Wrexham has so much going on for it, maybe with all those bars and night life they could do with a gentleman’s club to let you finish the night off in style with some quality strip entertainment.

Famous people from the town include many musicians, soldiers and sports people including: controversial footballer and TV pundit Robbie Savage, Stoke manager and ex Manchester United/Chelsea striker Mark Hughes and Olympic rowers Chris Bartley and Tom James amongst many others.

The Wrexham Gazette was the very first Welsh newspaper, publishing its first edition back in 1875, in English!