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Find out more about the work that goes on in BBC Wales's Wrexham office, which includes TV & radio news and programmes teams as well as the BBC Local web team .

Find out more about the work that goes on in BBC Wales's Wrexham office.

News team
BBC Wales staff in Wrexham
Rhian, Brendon & Sarah

The newsroom in Wrexham is the hub for coverage of the whole of north east Wales, writes news organiser Cath Steward.

We have reporters based all over the patch covering news stories for Welsh and English language television, radio and online news. We also have camera crews and radio car operators living in the area, so when a big story breaks we're ready to move.

Our reporters are multi-skilled and most work for radio and television, with many recording their own material as well as editing it. Time is always of the essence and we always aim to get the news on air as quickly as we can, without breaking any speed limits!

The reporting team is a dedicated lot, with staff having to be prepared to drop everything when the need arises in order to get the news out.

Radio programmes
Tracy & Alan
Tracy & Alan

The programmes team in Wrexham, including resident producers Tracy Cardwell and Alan Daulby, together with senior producer Jeremy Grange, oversee a range of programmes for BBC Radio Wales .

The voice of many of these programmes is presenter Adam Walton , who fronts the science show, The Science Cafe , and the three hour Sunday night music show which showcases the best new music from across Wales. The team also contribute to a host of other BBC Radio Wales programmes .

Meanwhile, community reporters Sharon Braunton from Denbigh and Pat Venner from Wrexham also make regular appearances on the Roy Noble show.

Web team
Nick & Alys
Nick & Alys

Nick and Alys manage the BBC Local website, work on community projects, deal with submissions from contributors and use a range of social media tools like the North East Wales Weblog to share and discuss what's being said about north east Wales online.

The site was the first of five local BBC services in Wales and was launched in January 2002 followed by its Welsh language sister site, Lleol .

The websites are designed to be trusted guides to the region with a number of useful links to a host of local sources and encourages people to have their say and to get in touch about any local issue which they think should be being covered.

Office address

BBC Cymru Wales,
Library & Arts Centre,
Rhosddu Road,
LL11 1AU

Note. If visiting by car, arrive via Chester Street pay and display car park.

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