Glyndŵr University has two sites on its Wrexham campus. The main site at Plas Coch covers 93 acres (380,000 m2), and was inherited from the former Cartrefle TTC which moved there in 1953. It houses over 70 seminar suites, conference suites, lecture theatres, work shops and laboratories, complemented with a library (the Edward Llwyd Centre) and learning resource facilities, as well as a fair sized sports centre (the Plas Coch Sports Centre), a human performance lab, the Terry Hands studio, the Catrin Finch Centre, William Aston Hall, Gallery 109, the Welsh international hockey team, and Techniquest, a science discovery centre, open to the public.
Glyndŵr University’s other Wrexham site, on Regent Street, is situated near to Wrexham town centre and is home to Glyndŵr University’s courses in Art and Design. It formerly housed the Denbighshire Technical College, who moved to the site in 1927 (under their previous name of Denbighshire Technical Institute).
In 2008, the University took over the higher education provision of the Welsh College of Horticulture in Northop, Flintshire, and now has a full campus in that location. Courses offered are unique in Wales and include equestrian psychology, landscape for garden design, and organic horticulture.
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