St. Mary Magdelane Church, Tallarn Green was first opened on 22nd October 1873, at a total building cost of £800 and dedicated to Mary Magdalene. The building of the clock tower was to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Jubilee at a cost of £137. The famous poet R. S. Thomas was curate here in the 1940s. The churchyard contains the war grave of a Manchester Regiment soldier of World War I.
The Magazine for the Rural Deaneries of Ellesmere and Bangor-Iscoyd 1886Hanmer-cum-Tallarn January 1886Hanmer Parochial School (Flint)Boys’ School. – “The boys are in very good order, and are taught with very decided success. In my opinion [more]
OBITUARY OF PHILIP MADDOCKS 1816-1906pp 26-28 Primitive Methodist Minute Book, 1907 Held in the John Rylands University Library, ManchesterThe Rev. Philip Maddocks was born at Sarn Bridge, in the county of Flint, on December 16th, [more]
Tallarn Green Village Hall (below), started life as a World War I army hut, refurbished and extended is still in regular use. Groups meeting there include the WI and Sequence Dancing. Source: Muba; Total Page [more]