Workers at the Sharp site in Llay near Wrexham have begun a consultation as 250 permanent jobs are set to go. The announcement was made yesterday as the company looks to cut back its solar panel operation.
There was more bad news for the town today though, as confirmation that a further two hundred and thirty posts would be going from the First Milk factory on the outskirts of Wrexham. Rob Shelley reports.
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