Wrexham remembers four children killed in World War 1 bomb blast. A father returning from the front-line during World War One lived to regret his fateful decision to bring a battlefield souvenir home. It was [more]
When Wrexham achieved its charter of Incorporation in 1857, attentions turned to an adequate water supply for the town as residents relied on wells and the river Gwenfro for their water supply, which contained trade [more]
Waleria Marynowska and Karol Marynowski Waleria and Karol Marynowski were born in pre-war Poland. Their perilous journey, to their final resting place in Wrexham was typical of the hundreds of Poles who lie buried in [more]
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The Beech 200 Super King Air G-BMCA aeroplane, belonging to Sir Alfred McAlpine and Son Ltd photographed at Borras Airfield, Wrexham in November 1979. The aircraft was based at Borras Airfield and would fly in [more]
(5 March 1892 – 24 March 1952) participant of the First World War, from 1919 a second lieutenant of the Polish Army, graduate of the Higher Military School in 1926. Officer of the permanent deputation [more]