An Assembly Member who was involved in the campaign to save Plas Madoc Leisure Centre from the bulldozers now has regular surgeries at the popular facility starting from tomorrow (Friday).
Ken Skates, the Labour AM for Clwyd South, was a co-founder of the Splash Community Trust, formed in the wake of Wrexham Council’s decision to close the centre down.
He now wants to add to his monthly surgeries across the constituency by holding drop-in sessions at Plas Madoc, which is now known as Splash Magic, starting this Friday.
Mr Skates said: “I love Plas Madoc – it’s wear I learnt to swim. I’ve always come here. I was a member before it closed and am now a fully paid-up member once again. It’s a great venue and one that’s popular with my constituents, so it makes sense to hold surgeries here.
“I will be available to either chat to members of the public in the reception area or in a private room if there’s something you’d like to discuss in confidence or need help with, and there will be hot drinks and biscuits.
“No appointments are necessary as it will be first-come, first-served. If there’s anything I can assist with, or that you’d like to talk about, please feel free to pop in.”
Mr Skates will be at the centre from 4pm-5pm on Friday, February 13. For more information, or to contact Mr Skates, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call his constituency office 01978 869058.