Mr. D. D. Pierce, Watchmaker, Jeweller, Optician and Medalist, Hope Street. Mr. D. D. Pierce has been established in Wrexham in 1874. At present he occupies what may be fairly described as a leading position [more]
Source: Wrexham – The Official Guide c1930
Selection of photographs from around town dating from 1998 – 1999. We found the negatives at the bottom of a box from Victoria School, Wrexham. Source: Victoria School Wrexham; Scanned by Graham Lloyd.
On Monday 26th April 1875, Elizabeth Lewis, described in the court as a prostitute, found herself before the Wrexham Court charged with the offence of Vagrancy by Police Constable Rawlins. Elizabeth Lewis had been found [more]
Close up views of Hope Street, at the junction with High Street in 1966. Source: NWNMedia.
Postcard dated 1908 of Hope Street, Wrexham. Source: 1908 postcard
The Bakery Strike of November 1978 caused queues for bread at Littlewoods store on Hope Street, Wrexham. Were you in the queue? Source: NWNMedia; Local Bygones.