Regent Street looking towards Hope Street on a busy summer day in 1995. Source: The Welsh Borderlands, first published 1995.
All set for the off, Ponciau pensioners about to board the bus for a trip back in June 1972. Can you put names to faces? Contact us. Source: Photograph (c) NWNMedia; Local Bygones.
Can you name anyone pictured? Let us know. L-R: 2nd left Jack Walley. Source: Original photograph supplied by Geoff Wilding.
This painting, believed to be by a female artist was painted c1770 and is rarely seen. Source: Kindly supplied by Geoff Wilding.
This photograph shows the altar in 1950, kindly supplied by Geoff Wilding. Source: Geoff Wilding
Written by Geoff Wilding in 1982. The focal point of the small north Wales village of Llay (rhymes with sigh) is its thriving Royal British Legion Club.The village, which lies four miles north of the [more]
In 1973, the last of seven Yorkes handed over the 17th century Erddig Hall near Wrexham to the National Trust. Each Yorke added to a unique collection of treasures.This edition of ‘Look, Stranger’ meets the [more]
We remember the men who gave their lives in the Great War and whose final resting place is Wrexham Cemetery. LEST WE FORGET John JONES James HARKER Charles Edward JONES Martin SWEENEY John Francis JONES [more]
This collection of pictures from the Imperial War Museum demonstrates what everyday life at the Wynnstay Arms, Ruabon was like in 1944. Source: WARTIME PUB: EVERYDAY LIFE AT THE WYNNSTAY ARMS, RUABON, DENBIGHSHIRE, WALES, UK, [more]