The clue’s in the name. The North Wales Borderlands is that top part of Wales, right next to England. Close enough to touch.
Literally. Since we share a border with both Shropshire and Cheshire. And we’re just an hour’s drive from Liverpool and Manchester and a bare 90 minutes from Birmingham.
We’re pretty close to the mountains of Snowdonia and the resorts of the North Wales coast, too. But not so far away. And not so familiar.
So we suit the original thinkers. The sort of people who like to make their own discoveries. Because although we’re close, we’re different.
Different country, different atmosphere. Think of it as life on the edge. Because interesting things happen where two cultures meet.