Regis Place, Wrexham 1939.
A grainy photograph looking towards Church Street from outside the old Town Hall, Wrexham 1939. Source: Tom Farrell collection, Aberystwyth.
Clarke Bros, Butchers Shop, Chester Street, c 1930s.
An area of Wrexham that has changed beyond recognition is Farndon Street, Kendrick Place, and the surrounding streets of terrace houses. The families who lived in these tightly packed terraces may not have had much [more]
Source: Original document supplied by Julie Broad of Emral Gardens Touring Caravan Park. Photographed by John Davies.
The Rhos Charity Cup Competition was formed in the years of hardship following the General Strike of 1926 and helped provide boots for the poor children of the village. Groups of friends would get together [more]
Palace Cinema, Broughton. Opened on Monday 7th December 1936 with 443 Seats showing the film ‘Limelight’. British Sound and Projection equipment installed at the Palace were said to be ‘far superior to anything that they [more]
Havelock Square was of poor quality housing, with the only access being via an alley from Salop Road. There were six houses in total, although by the 1911 Census more had been added or original [more]