The ‘Museum of Two Halves’ is our shorthand name to describe the project that will see the development of the Football Museum for Wales and a new Wrexham Museum in the current museum building on Regent Street in Wrexham, Wales.
Wrexham Museum is already home to the Welsh Football Collection. Established in 2000 it is the largest collection of Welsh football memorabilia held in public ownership in Wales. Selected items from the collection are often used for temporary exhibitions, as well as being a resource for researchers, but we do not currently have space to put the entire collection on display.
The new football museum will celebrate Welsh football, past and present, in all its diversity, from grassroots clubs to the national teams, as well as highlighting Wrexham’s historic achievements in the sport and celebrating the rich heritage of the County Borough. New galleries will be created to display the Wrexham Museum collections, and the museum will host a programme of activities and events to inspire all who visit to learn, be active and achieve their potential.
This survey is an important opportunity to share your ideas and comment on our plans.
The survey should take under 10 minutes to complete.
If you wish to be put into a prize draw for £50 of shopping vouchers you’ll have the opportunity to give your details at the end. This prize draw is for UK respondents only.
The deadline for completion is 11pm on September 17th 2023. The winner will be selected at random and notified by 11pm on September 24th 2023. See full terms and conditions outlined at entry.
This is an independent survey being conducted on behalf of Wrexham County Borough Council.