The thought of having a delicious, indulgent Afternoon Tea in Wrexham is enough to make anyone excited. If this is your plan, too, then look no further than here! Wrexham is the largest town in the north of Wales, considered an administrative, commercial, retail and educational centre.

It lies between the Welsh mountains and the lower Dee Valley, alongside the border with England, and is historically part of Denbighshire – aligning with Clwyd in 1974. Why not visit today?

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The history of the region surrounding Wrexham is a particularly fascinating one. By the end of the 6th century CE, the area was being fiercely fought for between the Celtic-speaking inhabitants and the English-speaking invaders.

In time, the Anglo-Saxons dominated the region from the 8th to the 10th centuries, with the settlement of Wrexham likely developing during this period. The Welsh eventually reconquered it during the 11th century.

The Acts of Union passed during the reign of Henry VIII brought about significant English influence over Wrexham and the region. Nevertheless, during the Civil War, the town sided with the Royalist cause.

By the Industrial Revolution, local iron manufacture had become a profitable enterprise, as well as a thriving leather industry.

Now, of course, the area is better known for several Afternoon Tea Wrexham establishments – all of which are, undoubtedly, well worth visiting.