It was an absolute pleasure to, once again, welcome the Prime Minister to Wrexham to show him around Net World Sport, to introduce him to the team there and, most importantly, to give him the opportunity the celebrate Net World Sport's achievements over the past year. Given Net World Sports' many successes over the past year, the Prime Minister has been interested in visiting in order to hear, first-hand, about the great work going on there and the hugely positive impact this will have on Wrexham more generally.
The Prime Minister was also excited to meet Jeremy Kent, the Welsh Conservative candidate for Wrexham in the upcoming Senedd election. Commenting on the visit, Jeremy said:
"Welsh businesses, especially those so close to the border like those in Wrexham, have been strangled by Welsh Labour Government restrictions, made worse by watching their customers drain away to competitors four miles away in England. Wales needs to be open for business, and it’s a pleasure to be at Net World Sports with the Prime Minister, Secretary of State and our MP to really get that message across.”
It was great to also be joined by Simon Hart, the Secretary of State for Wales. The Prime Minister's visit followed that last week of Andrew RT Davies, who visited Net World Sport after the Welsh Conservatives manifesto launch.
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