We are very grateful to have secured agreement with the local authority for the use of Nine Acre as our new training venue for the First and Youth Team and have had a written agreement since back in April, however we still needed to finalise the fine detail of a legal licence agreement.
Enter Mackenzie Jones solicitors who have provided all our legal support at no charge to the football club to get this finalised with the legal department at the local authority.
Mackenzie Jones have offices in St Asaph, Prestatyn, Bangor and Chester and are big supporters of the club including having a matchday box in the Mold Road Stand.
Lifelong Wrexham AFC supporter and Director of Mackenzie Jones, Andrew Foley Jones said: “Everybody at the firm is delighted to be involved in what is a very exciting project in the long term future of the Club.
"We look forward to offering more assistance to the Club.”
Club Director Spencer Harris said: “We’d like to thank Mackenzie Jones for their ongoing support to the club.
"They gave us sound advice in the scoping of the document and getting to a fast resolution with Wrexham County Borough Council.
"We have signed the legal agreement and the use of Nine Acre has been a big factor in our on pitch performances so far this season.”