Built in 1891 the Grade II listed Central Arcade received much needed TLC to it’s entrance from Hope Street, the work was completed on 1st November. “Town Centre Management team has worked in partnership with [more]
The interior of Walter Roberts store on Hope Street, Wrexham. Taken in 1924 leaning against the counter on the right is Tommy Dougall, brother of Kathy Dougall. Source: Pic supplied by Geoff Wilding.
Hope Street, Wrexham c1900. Source: Clwyd Record Office.
The Gorsedd Procession 1912. Pictured in Hope Street, the Gorsedd Procession makes it’s way to the Eisteddfod site. The shops of H.T. Jones and J. Hughes were later occupied by Woolworths, Martins and then John [more]
Hope Street, Wrexham 1927. Looking towards the former Talbot buildings, Hope Street continues to the left and Queen Street, goes off to the right. Many may recall the stores of Oliver’s, Francis the Chemist, Hunter’s [more]
At trot through town to spend all the money. Hope Street, Wrexham. Visible to the right is the Talbot Inn and the retailers G. Day, Thomas Outfitters. Source: Material supplied by Emlyn Davies
Burton’s, Hope Street, Wrexham. This is Burton’s as viewed from the High Street in 1939. Source: Tom Farrell Collection.