RWF and Hightown Barracks. WREXHAM, during the 1914-18 war felt the full impact of the hardships and heartbreaks of war. Hightown Barracks, as the depot of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers saw the hasty mobilisation of [more]
Royal Welch Fusiliers arriving at Central Station WWI. Source: (c) Denbighshire Archives; Wrexham Telegraph.
The Racecourse Wrexham 1918 Field Marshal Viscount French inspecting wounded soldiers at the end of the First World War. Source: (c)NWN Media.
Ifor Tunnah – Canadian Forestry Corps Welsh newspaper “Y Drych”- The Mirror, notes, he emigrated to Chicago (Aug. 10th 1917). Ifor Tunnah left Chicago for Camp Borden in Canada to join up with the Forestry [more]
There was at Chirk a small hospital, primarily for children, which had been establish in about 1900 at Brynkinalt Cottage, Chirk Green, by Lady Rosamund Trevor, Countess of Bantry, who was second wife of Arthur [more]
Hope Street, Wrexham, showing Bradleys Outfitters decorated to celebrate the coronation of George V which was held on the 22 June 1911.