THE last resting place of Wrexham’s most eminent historian, has been restored thanks to the help of his admirers. Alfred Neobard Palmer, who arrived in Wrexham in 1880, was responsible for writing the definitive early [more]
Published by Wrexham Tourist Information Centre in 1995 to boost tourism in the region. Many of these companies and activities have since ceased trading. Great Little Guest Houses Friendly Farmhouses Self Catering Caravan & Camping [more]
This year (1992) we return to a more traditional musical with “Half a Sixpence”, a bright and breezy frolic with the major leads taken by younger members of the society. Source: Cefn Mawr Musical Society [more]
Pupils from Victoria School, Wrexham on their Celtic Experience visit to Legacy near Wrexham. Early 1990s? (can you date the visit?) In their own words – the children write about their experince. Source: Victoria School [more]
Selection of photographs from around town dating from 1998 – 1999. We found the negatives at the bottom of a box from Victoria School, Wrexham. Source: Victoria School Wrexham; Scanned by Graham Lloyd.
A year in the life of Victoria Junior School Sept94-July95. Street and school party in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the end of World War Two. To add names use our contact form stating [more]
From Left – Stewart Williams, David Thornley and Mark Edwards. Berwyn Dodd looks on. Source: First published 2017 by Local Bygone (c)NWNMedia.
Regent Street looking towards Hope Street on a busy summer day in 1995. Source: The Welsh Borderlands, first published 1995.
Wrexham town centre and Hightown 1991 captured on film. Source: via Joe Bloggs Youtube.
On the 12th October 1990 Colin Gibbs along with others presented a cheque to the Miners Convalescent Home in Blackpool for the amount of £1539.02 In attendance at the presentation were the following: (L-R:) Ted [more]