WREXHAM residents were treated to a performance by Dancejive in Queens Square as part of an event to highlight the damaging effects of noise pollution.
The main theme of the evening was neighbour noise and how to be a considerate neighbour.
As part of the event, Wrexham Borough Council won the John Connell Local Authority Enterprise Award for outstanding efforts to protect the public from noise.
The Noise Abatement Society in making their decision wrote: “The judges were very impressed at your dedication with regard to the continuing improvements to your noise service, and to your efforts of working with other organisations in order to protect members of the public and at the same time showing fairness in the execution of your duty.”
Andy Lewis, chief housing and public protection officer, accepted the award on behalf of the council and Wales & West Housing Association from Celia Barlow, Labour MP for Hove and Portslade, at the House of Commons.