The following five images are from the “Spotlight on Youth” variety show at Rhosllanerchrugog held on 4th May 1951, including group portraits of Wrexham Youth Club “Festival of Britain” pageant cast members and Ruabon girls [more]
Munitions factory workers 1914 – 1918 Gutter Hill, Rhos. Source: WCBC; Wrexham Museum Archives.
Gwilym Meredith Edwards (10 June 1917 – 8 February 1999) was a Welsh character actor and writer. He was born in Rhosllannerchrugog, the son of a collier. Meredith first worked as a lab assistant at [more]
Wythnos yma Eilir Jones yn Rhosllanerchrugog/This week Eilir Jones in Rhosllanerchrugog. Also includes Ieuan Roberts of Rhos. Source: VHS Tape.
Another of the many Carnival Days at Rhos during the 80’s. Source: Nene
Alf Jones, Rhos Charabanc c1920s.
Europe was at war and bombing raids by the Luftwaffe were frequent. In the early hours of August 30, 1940, German bombers were heading for Liverpool and dockland sites on the River Mersey. In an [more]
Rhos Royals Jazz Band. Were you in the Rhos Royals? Can you put names to faces? Source: All pictures scanned from 110 negatives. Photographs taken by Muriel Lloyd.
Benjamin Jarvis was a old blind collier who lived in Rhosllanerchrugog. Despite his old age and his blindness he was obviously still a cad! On the 26th August 1854, Benjamin Jarvis married Sarah Evans from [more]
Monday 1st May 1922, Kick-off at 6pm at the Racecourse Ground, Wrexham. Admission including tax 8d, reserved side 1s. For the game, which included most of the Wrexham 3rd Division (North) side, there were over [more]