- Posted by: Ken Skates MS
- Category: News
CLWYD South AM Ken Skates says he will ask Wrexham Council bosses to ensure every option available is explored to keep Plas Madoc Leisure Centre open.
Labour AM Mr Skates will meet council leader Neil Rogers on February 7, and has vowed to raise his constituents’ concerns over the planned closure.
He said: “Many of my constituents have certainly made their feelings known about the council’s proposals for Plas Madoc, and I am now looking forward to sitting down and discussing what options are available.
“I am a regular user of the centre and I know many people in Clwyd South and further afield would be sad to see it close.
“Councils don’t take this type of major decision lightly, and authorities across Wales are being put under severe pressure because of the UK Government’s austerity measures. However, I am still hopeful we can find an alternative and keep the facility open.”