Written by Geoff Wilding in 1982. The focal point of the small north Wales village of Llay (rhymes with sigh) is its thriving Royal British Legion Club.The village, which lies four miles north of the [more]
An atmospheric view of Brook Street in 1913, with a tram about to cling Hill Street, on the right is the National School and just visible is the Albion Brewery. Source: Unknown copyright holder.
Selection of pictures of the former Co-operative that once occupied several locations on Abbot Street, Wrexham. The Co-op had many use since its closure, including a nightclub. Formally the ferryman nightclub, club XS, The Colliseum [more]
The Rhos Charity Cup Competition was formed in the years of hardship following the General Strike of 1926 and helped provide boots for the poor children of the village. Groups of friends would get together [more]