Who is to blame for the reduction in the Kerbcraft scheme, which teaches young children essential road safety?
Not us, say Wrecsam's increasingly rattled Labour/Tory/Democratic Independent councillors - blame the Welsh Government. It has cut the budget to Taith, the North Wales body that oversees transport grants, by 21%. As a result Taith had to prioritise budgets and opted to cut Kerbcraft - a tried and tested scheme that relies heavily on volunteers and has delivered regular reductions in child road accidents and deaths.
But this report quotes Taith chair Mike Priestly as saying that all councillors on the Taith board voted for this cut. Who sits on the board for Wrecsam Council?
Council leader Neil Rogers (Labour), Rhosddu Labour councillor David Bithell and independent Bob Dutton.
The only one to attend the meeting was Cllr David Bithell, who will be the borough's mayor in a few month's time.
For the sake of a few thousand pounds, these councillors would jeopardise child safety while, at the same time, trying to pin the blame on others.