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We’re delighted to announce that our indoor seating area will be returning to the Food Court from Monday 17th May.

This means you’ll once again be able to enjoy eat-in food and drink from all our fantastic food court traders.

Our galleries will also be reopening to the public so you’ll be able to enjoy our new exhibition, Annwn, in person.

We’ve made a few changes to ensure you can enjoy your visit safely…

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Food Court

  • The Food Court opening hours will be 10am-6pm, Monday-Saturday.
  • The Market opening hours are 10am-4pm, Monday Saturday.
  • Up to six people from up to six households will be permitted to sit together on each table.
  • Our Food Court Traders will be taking details for track and trace.
  • Outdoor seating is also still available for all Food Court customers.

Galleries

From Monday 17th May our gallery will reopen and visitors will be able to enjoy our recently opened exhibition, Annwn: Folklore, Futurism and Escapism, curated by our Youth Advisory Board.

  • Our new gallery opening times will be 10am-4pm, Monday-Saturday.
  • To make social distancing easier the gallery will have a limited capacity.
  • Pre-booking is not required.
  • There will be a member of staff present in the gallery at all times to help answer any queries.
  • We ask that all visitors continue to follow social distancing guidelines and wear a face mask unless exempt.
  • Hand sanitising stations have been installed at the entrances and social distancing reminders are located around the building.

As ever, entry to the gallery is free.

Support our local businesses

Our Market is home to a huge family of independent local businesses selling everything from handmade crafts, cards and gifts, to comics, collectables, clothing, computer games, jewellery, carpets, blinds and a wool shop. Plus a hair studio, piercing specialist and nail and beauty specialist. You’ll also find handcrafted candles, melts, soaps, bath, body products.. the list goes on!

All this under one roof! If you’ve never visited then now is the ideal time to come and have a browse!

View our full list of market traders

In our Food Court you can enjoy a mouth watering selection of food and drink from our local traders including breakfasts, light meals, curries, children’s dishes, cakes, ice cream and a choice of alcoholic beverages.

View the full list of Food Court traders

Lead Member for People – Communities, Partnerships Public Protection and Community Safety, Cllr Hugh Jones, said: “We are delighted to finally be able to welcome visitors to dine in Tŷ Pawb’s Food Court and explore the galleries.”

“The staff team have worked tirelessly to ensure everyone can enjoy their visit safely. This is the ideal opportunity to come and discover what’s on offer and support Tŷ Pawb’s fantastic community of independent local businesses .”

“The gallery reopening means that everyone in Wrexham once again has access to world class art exhibitions on their doorstep. I would encourage everyone to come and see the recently opened exhibition Annwn, and take a look at the exciting new programme of upcoming exhibitions for the year ahead.”

Enjoy your visit safely

This is an important time to help support our local businesses. But remember – the virus has not gone away and it is just as important as ever to stay safe as lockdown measures continue to be eased.

We’ve taken measures to ensure you can enjoy your visit safely.

  • A one way system with traffic lights is in place with restrictions on the amount of people allowed in the building at any one time.
  • We ask that all visitors continue to follow social distancing guidelines and wear a face mask unless exempt.
  • Hand sanitising stations have been installed at the entrances and social distancing reminders are located around the building.
  • Our Food Court Traders will be taking details for track and trace.

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