Inside the Groves/Bromfield School 26th Jan 2016 Wrexham History had exclusive access to enter the school on a guided tour to parts of the building that were considered safe. This visit took place on the [more]
This first article is from The Illustrated London News of 24 August 1889, during the week in which Queen Victoria was staying in North Wales. Her Majesty, accompanied by Prince and Princess Henry of Battenberg, [more]
Aradrwr (Ray Dawson Edwards), reporting on The Great Ambulance Adventure, reminded readers of Cliff Richard’s movie Summer Holiday, in which, “Cliff and the Shadows set off on holiday in a red double-decker bus in 1963.” [more]
Wrexham brass (Glyndwr) was formally known as The Rhos Silver Band was originally formed in 1884, making the band the oldest arts organisation based in the unique village of Rhosllannerchrugog, near Wrexham. Rhos as it [more]
Looking up a bustling Hope Street ,Wrexham in 1962
Source: NWN Media; Local Bygones. Enhanced by Wrexham History. Also see The Changing View of Yorke Street.
Church Street, Wrexham in 1924
Wrexham History Source: Memories of the Bulls Head, Rhos Narrated by Bill Portmadoc-Jones.
The 8mm film used in Memories of Llay was filmed between 1964 and 1996 by G. Crowley. All communities have their stories to tell, but isn’t there something special in stories about your village, [more]