An interview at Calon FM in April 2014 with Alan & Margaret Jones of NWMAT Source: Interview recorded at Calon FM Studio; this compilation compiled by Wrexham History; Graham Lloyd.
Llay Main Colliery Accident 5th December 1924 The Llay Main Colliery was one of the largest and the most modern colliery in the North Wales coalfield. Sinking had begun in December 1914 and completed in [more]
Havelock Square was of poor quality housing, with the only access being via an alley from Salop Road. There were six houses in total, although by the 1911 Census more had been added or original [more]
Victoria Magazine August 1914 A monthly periodical for circulation among the pupils of Victoria School, Wrexham.
The Herald (Rhos) April 1991. An 8 page circular which was distributed to homes throughout Rhos & district. For a larger print click here. For a larger print click here.
Erddig Hall is a Grade I listed building which is a National Trust property on the outskirts of Wrexham, it was built in 1684–1687 for Josiah Edisbury, the High Sheriff of Denbighshire; it was designed [more]
Victoria School Admission Records. We are busy transcribing the school admission records for Victoria School, Wrexham. Many thanks to Victoria School headteacher Debbie Eccles for allowing access to the archives of the school. These will [more]
The colliery was the property of Thomas Clayton with Mr. Frederick Hutchinson as the certificated manager of the Pendwill Pit of the Brynmally Colliery. The Pits were known as the Nos. 1 and 3 and [more]
Cefn and Rhosymedre News 3rd May 1879 THUNDERSTORM. A severe thunderstorm passed over here last Sunday afternoon, about four o’clock. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. On Sunday, the anniversary sermons of the Primitive Methodists at Rhosymedre, were preached [more]