Glyn Wylfa Development Trust




Tel:01691 770460


Description & History

Glyn Wylfa Ltd was established as a Certified Social Enterprise and Development Trust by a committed team of Chirk residents who have complementary business and social community skills, to develop and refurbish the old Chirk Estate Office and surrounding site, known as Glyn Wylfa. Glyn Wylfa launched on March 29th 2013 and recently celebrated its 10-year milestone.

Location and Area of Benefit

The site fronts onto Castle Road and overlooks the designated World Heritage site of Chirk Aqueduct.

Main services, Enterprises and Activities

Caffi Wylfa – Caffi Wylfa is a social enterprise run cafe on Castle Road, Chirk. The cafe is stylish and modern with a light and airy feel. We make a real effort to support and use local suppliers where possible and serve freshly made food using high quality ingredients, which are prepared with care and attention on site. The adjoining community room is offered to local community groups and organisations on an ad hock basis and is free of charge.

Visitor centre – Our information point offers visitors clear details to assist with planning their stay in and around the beautiful area of Chirk.

Business facilities, offices and meeting room: We have a wide variety of high quality office accommodation. Suitable for a variety of businesses. We offer a superbly appointed meeting room holding up to a maximum of 20 delegates, with plenty of natural light and superb views over the world heritage site aqueduct.

We provide expert advice and spot-on solutions for engaging with communities and creating positive change. Whether that’s starting a helpline, shooting a video, taking over a building, providing training and workshops, providing ICT support or skills in finance management… we help services, groups and organisations communicate effectively with the people they are trying to engage

Local arts and crafts: An Arts and Crafts Market Place currently takes place at weekends in the browse area adjoining the bustling Caffi Wylfa, giving local artists and craftspeople an opportunity to display and sell their own work.