Walter Roberts Pantomime Company – Robinson Crusoe at the Majestic Cinema, Regent Street Wrexham in 1947. Source: Pic supplied by Geoff Wilding.
Ministry of Transport testing a Jaguar at the Beast Market in Wrexham 1962 Source: NWN Media; Local Bygones.
“THIRST COME THIRST SERVED” (A history of Border Breweries a.k.a. Soames Brewery) Wrexham’s reputation for good beer goes back to medieval times, as it was blessed with good underground water supplies. By the 1860s, brewers [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]
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A selection of Hippodrome pictures taken in October 1988 following conversion to two screens, previously unpublished, kindly donated by Alan Wilkinson. Source: Alan Wilkinson
Three fires between September 1986 and May 1987 Vogue Cinema. (more to follow). Source: Alan Wilkinson; Leader
One of the most disastrous fires ever experienced in Wrexham happened in 1907, when the Public Hall was gutted. Later the Hippodrome occupied the site. The Public Hall formed only the centre of a block [more]