North East Wales

Wrexham council faces 'difficult decisions' over budget

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Wrexham council is expected to start a public consultation on plans to cut £13m from services as it tries to balance its books.

It includes putting up school dinners by 5p to raise £22,000 and hiving off some community centres.

The council has saved £52m since 2008, but more savings are needed over the next two years, according to a report.

The executive board is due to sign off on is 'Difficult Decisions' consultation document on Tuesday.

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