Disabled rail access improvements at Wrexham General

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More than £1.5m is being spent improving disabled access at Wrexham General railway station.

A new lift and footbridge will be installed at the station built 164 years ago.

Passenger Robert Surrey, who has cerebral palsy, started campaigning for better access at the station four years ago, and says he hopes the work will start soon.

Sachin Krishnan reports.

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