About North.Wales

North Wales news and information

North.Wales is a new independent website focusing on the north of Wales.

We launched on St David’s Day 2020 after being in development for several months.

You can contact us via email on news@north.wales , or pop us a DM or message via our social media accounts.

Update 29th March: We were hoping to add in a range of extra pages and information during our normal launch plan. However the last few weeks have been far from normal and we are focusing on trying to get as much factual and timely information out as possible.

We have had a handful of messages asking for more info on who North.Wales is, articulated best by Mark who pointed out without further detail how can anyone “assess its reliability”.

The site is run by the team behind established sites Wrexham.com and Deeside.com (plus a new person!) the Wrexham site was established in 2011 and due to hit its 100,000,000 page view this year – with Deeside launched in 2014 . We have an office in Wrexham however like many now we are working from home due to the circumstances. We are politically neutral (as we believe in you to make up your own mind!) and have a longish history that hopefully demonstrates that – all our output is public if you wish to have a look.

You can view some of our democratic projects, with Wrexham.com offering a written Q&A with every single council candidate in 2017, and perhaps having the most comprehensive candidate engagement in the 2019 General Election (for two constituencies) that included one on one video Q&A’s along with streamed debates – more here.

Hopefully this unusual period ends as peacefully and safely as possible, and we will then move to what was going to be our wider normal plan.

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