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]
From Left – Stewart Williams, David Thornley and Mark Edwards. Berwyn Dodd looks on. Source: First published 2017 by Local Bygone (c)NWNMedia.
Acton Park Church of England School (on left), Rhosnesni, Wrexham c1905-10 with Acton Park Lodge in the distance. We were the fifth family to move into Borras Park as it was being built- Borras Park [more]
Ysgol Ruabon 1973. Source: NWN Media; Local Bygones.
Pupils of Grango School, Rhos in the late 1940s. They include: Derek Evans, Norman Roberts, Peter Williams, Gloria Jones, Bronwen Jarvis, Wyn Williams. Teachers at the back of the class (left to right) are Mr. [more]
Victoria School was opened on Tuesday, 1 January 1901 by Alderman Thomas Jones, Mayor of Wrexham, with Charles Dodd as first headmaster. It was regarded as an occasion ‘unique in the history of this good [more]
Lindisfarne College was a private school or independent school. It was founded in 1891 in Westcliff-on-Sea in Essex, England. In 1940 Lindisfarne College moved from Westcliff to nearby Creeksea Place, but during the Second World [more]
Memories of Victoria School 1920s – Eric Hughes My formal education was received in its entirety at Victoria School so that any successes I have had must, in part, be attributed to the teaching I [more]
Ysgol y Ponciau – Ponciau School in May 1981 Source: Emlyn Davies, Penycae.