North East Wales

Wrexham's Central Station in court over music licence

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A Wrexham music venue has been ordered to pay almost £1,700 in costs for playing recorded tracks without permission.

The owners of Central Station, Hill Street, have since obtained a licence, London's High Court was told.

But it was playing Kokiri's Turn Back Time without a licence during a visit by an inspector from Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL) last August.

PPL collects music royalties on behalf of performers and record companies.

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