The Hightown flats (Napier Square and Gatefield) were completed by Wrexham Borough Council in 1970. They were built on the site of 19th century terraced houses including Napier St, Nelson St, Trafalgar Rd and several [more]
Elizabeth & Benjamin Wilding, taken at the back door of their two up / two down on Kings Mills Road, Hightown near to the Hightown Barracks. Exact year not known. Source: Kindly supplied by Geoff [more]
Diamond Jubilee July 29th 1910-1970 Message from the Vicar of Wrexham the Rev. Canon Llywelyn Hughes, B.A. Dear Friends, I am looking forward to the Diamond Jubilee at St. John’s Church because I feel that [more]
Beechley House, Kings Mills Road, Hightown. 10 of the 12 American GI’s (General Issue) Soldiers, billeted for a short while at Beechley House during the 2nd World War. Two of the soldiers were on duty [more]
RWF and Hightown Barracks. WREXHAM, during the 1914-18 war felt the full impact of the hardships and heartbreaks of war. Hightown Barracks, as the depot of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers saw the hasty mobilisation of [more]
Hightown tree planting in 1973. Do you recognise anyone?
Travellers Rest, Hightown, Wrexham in 1940
TRAVELLERS REST Kings Mills Road, Hightown, Wrexham. The original Travellers Rest was a half-timbered building with a thatched roof. It was also known as The Hightown. In 1921 the original building was demolished and the [more]
Hightown Railway Halt. Hightown Halt railway station was a station in Caia Park, Wrexham. The station was opened on 9 July 1913 and closed on 10 September 1962. Hightown Halt on the Wrexham to Ellesmere [more]
Nelson Street, Hightown, Wrexham.