Energy Swindle Campaign arrives in Wrexham

November 23, 2013 11:04 AM

Wrexham, in North Wales, has seen over the years an influx of hi-tech business and the opening of a new university. It has the second largest industrial Estate in the UK which accommodates around 300 businesses, employing 7000 staff, and creates a livelihood for many who live in Wrexham and North East Wales.

It’s not just families that are being hurt by green taxes – the businesses that provide much needed employment are being affected too, and if we want greater prosperity and more secure jobs for the people of North Wales, these green taxes have to go.

On Monday 25 November, I will be joining other TPA supporters in Wrexham who are holding a ‘Stop the Energy Swindle’ street stall. We are meeting on Hope Street, Wrexham, LL11 1BB at 11.00 am.

If you are in Wrexham on Monday, please come and say hello, and if you haven't done so already, please write to your MP using the website EnergySwindle.Org.

For the people of Wrexham and the surrounding areas of Llangollen, Ruthin, Mold and Rossett, where I once lived, now is the time to support the local campaign and oppose this Energy Swindle.

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