Worthenbury Village HallThe unique black poplar tree at WorthenburyTallarn Green Village HallBorderbrook School at Tallarn GreenWorthenbury playing fieldTallarn Green Methodist ChapelWorthenbury Church

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Minutes of November Council meeting, 2011

Borderbrook School


This village school in Tallarn Green has received consistently favourably OFSTED inspection ratings, and continues to offer an excellent primary and infants education, in spite of limited numbers. Until last year, it had the unique situation of operating as a single school on the present site and that in neighbouring Higher Wych, which was closed under economy measures required by Wrexham County Borough Council, which provided enlarged accommodation and facilities at tallarn Green in compensation, with transport to continue for children from the defunct half of the school.

St Deiniol's Church, Worthenbury


This is a distinguished Church in Wales building in XVIIIth century style, with an adjacent graveyard, and contains many memorials of historical interest to the community, enjoying a good congregation and providing a centre for many activities.

The Smithy Garage


This shop and garage is in nearby Threapwood, but provides newspaper, milk and deliveries to the area, togehter with petrol and garage services.

The Queen's Head, The Sarn


This country public house is just across the river bridge in England but is the main social meeting place in the area, and the only active pub and restaurant.

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