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]
Page under construction – The long-anticipated Eisteddfod has passed into the domain of history, and, in fulfilment of our promise, we record some of its more prominent features and work. The pavilion, erected at a [more]
In a former yard, behind the Lion Hotel and accessed from Chester Street, was the town’s cockpit. Cockfighting was probably the most important sport in the early 18th century. All classes gambled their money in [more]
The annual dance for staff at Kirby’s Wrexham in 1961. Source: Local Bygones.
A NEW era is about to be ushered in at Wrexham’s sole remaining cinema, the Hippodrome, with plans to install twin screens. Preliminary work on the £100,000 project starts next week, and the two screens [more]
Silver Jubilee Street Party at Edward Street Wrexham 1977 Filmed by Mr Rees Lewis of 10 Edward Street. Source: Poppy Wales; Claire Lewis.
Home film footage filmed by the late Mr Rees Lewis of 10 Edward Street Wrexham. Wrexham Carnival featuring Bellevue Park Playgroup as children’s book characters and witches on a float. Parade through Wrexham town centre [more]
Front (L-R) Ken Roberts, Winston Williams, Graham Williams, Barry Evans and Melvyn Morris. Back (L-R) Jack Nash (trainer), Jim Clark, Eric Pugh, Ivor Roberts, Alan Roberts, Mike Rogers, Geoff Lloyd and Len Lloyd(committee member). Source: [more]