Origins “Lindisfarne” is the name of the largest island in the Farne group off the coast of Northumberland, sometimes called Holy Island. It is also the name of one of Her Majesty’s fighting ships and [more]
This poor quality picture shows Williamson’s Butchers. 20 Town Hill, Wrexham. around 1896
Football League Div. 3. Sat 29th April 1972. Swansea City. Kick off 3.15pm. Source: Wrexham FC Magazine from our collection.
This set of nine photographs were taken in 1976 from the top of the former Wrexham Police Station tower by Kazik Kowalski and kindly shared to Wrexham History by Frederick Czulowski. Source: All photographs (c) [more]
The New Broughton Colliery was sunk by Thomas Clayton, of Brynmally Hall, in 1883 and was his most profitable venture. It remained in his possession until the turn of the century when it was taken [more]
Presented by Pam Rhodes with the Rhos Male Voice Choir & the Rhos Orpheus Choir. Conducted by John Glyn Williams. Organist Haydn Bowen. Source: First published by BBC 1992. Shared with kind permission of the [more]
Photographs of remnants at the Bersham Colliery site from a visit on 3rd August 2013. Source: Photographs by Graham Lloyd.
The Battle of the Alma took place on 20th September 1854 during the Crimean War. To this day it is remembered by the Royal Welsh for the bravery displayed by their predecessors, and remains particularly [more]