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.