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Caerphilly cheese, now Wrexham sausage

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 09:58 UK time, Wednesday, 16 January 2008

sausages

You’ve probably heard of Caerphilly cheese, Parma ham and Cornish pasties - but what about the Wrexham sausage?

Well, Wrexham Tourism Forum (WTF) are holding a competition [links to PDF document] inviting local butchers to come up with a top sausage to be the centrepiece at the town's first official St David's Day Celebration [March 1] which will include a Welsh produce market on Queen's Square.

The winner will be judged by TV chef Matthew Tebbutt.

The idea isn't as weird as it might first sound as there is a big following for the humble sausage [159 members] on flickr.com.

Could the Wrexham Sausage give a tourism boost to the town?

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