1 Regent Street,Wrexham. Records show the Regent Tavern existed from 1840 to the 1960s. Landlord between 1950 and 1960 was Griff Robinson. It was demolished in the late 1960s and a branch of the Abbey [more]
Acton Park Church of England School (on left), Rhosnesni, Wrexham c1905-10 with Acton Park Lodge in the distance. We were the fifth family to move into Borras Park as it was being built- Borras Park [more]
Mount Street, Wrexham c1900 showing the Union Vaults on right, Nags Head and brewery on the left. With St. Giles Parish Church dominating the skyline. Source: Tom Farrell collection.
Children from around Llay all dressed up at the Royal British Legion, Llay’ Gala Day in 1981. Source: NWNMedia; Local Bygones.
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.