FANS who bought tickets for the supporters coach to the cancelled New Year's Day game at Bury are being urged to call into the club shop for a full refund.
That's because supporters wishing to use the club's coach for the game, rearranged for Tuesday, January 29, will not be able to use the same tickets and will have to re-book.
On-loan centre-half Keith Hill has returned to Cheltenham Town.
The former Blackburn Rovers defender has done a fine job since signing on as one of Denis Smith's first targets back in October, but his time has now run out after three-months at the Racecourse.
Hill played in 15 consecutive matches until a hernia problem forced him into having an operation following the home game with Bristol City in early December.
He has now started light training but is still a few weeks away from being ready for first team action.
"It is a shame that we will be losing Hill," managing director David Rhodes told the club's website. "He has proved to be a really good signing for us."
Saturday's match at Colchester should have been one of celebration for Waynne Phillips and Darren Ferguson, as they both passed personal Wrexham milestones.
Phillips has now amassed 300 games for the Red Dragons in his two periods at the Racecourse, with 265 starts and 35 appearances as sub. He is also the last player left at the club to have played European club football, registering six appearances in the Cup Winners' Cup.
He said: "I feel delighted to have reached such a number of games for the club and it's just a shame that I missed a couple of seasons out while playing with Stockport County."
Ferguson appeared in a Wrexham league game for the 100th time at Layer Road, of which only one has been as a substitute. In that time he has also scored 16 league goals.