Chirk Station is situated approximately 600 metres from the town centre.
Trains run Northward to Ruabon, Wrexham and Chester, with connections to
Holyhead, Liverpool, Manchester and Crewe. Southbound trains run to
Shrewsbury (with connections to Crewe, Cardiff and mid Wales), Telford,
Wolverhampton and Birmingham. The station has free parking for up to 30
vehicles. A rail/bus link to the Ceiriog Valley operates to meet some of
the rail services.
Busses run to Wrexham, Llangollen, Oswestry and the Ceiriog Valley. Bus
stops are close to the War Memorial.
Long distance coaches also stop near the War Memorial. Timetables are
available from the Tourist Information Point and the Hand Hotel, or
telephone: Rail +44 8457 484950 or Wrexham Bus Line +44 1978 266166.
National Express Coaches +44 8705 808080
The A483 / A5 Wrexham-Oswestry trunk road forms a bypass around Chirk.
Oswestry is 7 miles south, Wrexham 10 miles north, and Llangollen 5 miles
Free parking for approximately 100 cars is available in the centre of
Toilet facilities, including facilities for disabled people, are located
in the town centre Car park.
A leisure centre, complete with indoor swimming pool, is situated in
A public library with public computer and internet facilities is situated
in Chapel Lane.
Banking facilities are available in the town centre.
A Post Office is situated in Colliery Road, close to the car park.
Several outlets are situated in the town, and in the surrounding area.
There are Hotel and Bed and Breakfast facilities. Phone Wrexham Tourist
Information: +44 1978 292015
There are several cafes and restaurants, together with 'Take Away'
establishments in the town.
A pharmacy is located in the town.
The doctor's surgery is located in Castle Road.
The Practice is situated on the corner of Colliery Road, convenient to the
On the edge of town is a Community Hospital. Major hospital facilities are
at Wrexham and Gobowen.
For Caravan Club Members, Lady Margaret's Park is located about half a
mile beyond the rail station.
A Marina is situated off the canal at Whitehurst, about half a mile from
The town has Anglican, Roman Catholic and Methodist Churches.