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]
as reported in the Evening Leader 21/03/1977. Three women were rescued from a blaze at a Wrexham night dub after a dramatic telephone call to the club manager. The Wasps Club in Chester Street was [more]
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.
Hafod Colliery Cricket Team of 1950 who were winners of the Area Industrial Shield. Top row (L-R): Bert Smith (Umpire), Fred Aspinal (Coach), Ed Wynne, Bob Burke, Os Jones (Umpire). Middle row (L-R): J. Jones, [more]
The Denbighshire Technical College Soccer Team in 1958, winners of the N.E. Wales School Shield and cup. Back row (L-R): Brian Hughes, Trevor Edwards, ?, Terry Evans, Dave Williams, Glyn Duckett, ? Jones. Front row [more]
Grove Park Theatre 21st birthday celebration dinner at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel Wrexham. The full programme includes 21 years of history by J. Emrys Williams. Source: Kindly donated by Margaret Hayes of Wrexham.
Building Work in progress to convert the Sunday school of the former Hill Street Chapel, which was demolished. The only surviving bit of the chapel is a small length of wall visible in the foyer [more]
Source: Leader – Fifty Years on. First published 1970.