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.
Hope Street as it was – A collection of picture. A collection of pictures from various sources, thanks to Mark Griffiths and Hayley Angel Paice-Wright for use of their pictures. Compiled March 2015 by Graham [more]
FLEECE VAULTS. 22 Hope Street, Wrexham. The Fleece first appears in 1804. A.N. Palmer’s records show that it had a bowling green behind the pub and appears to have gained a reputation as a haunt [more]
Rogers & Jackson Limited were proud to be called the oldest member of the Owen Organisation. The business began in 1815 in a small shop in Charles Street, Wrexham, purchased by William Overton, a grocer [more]
Hope Street in Wrexham 1962 Pic (c) NWN Media
Hope Street, Wrexham, showing Bradleys Outfitters decorated to celebrate the coronation of George V which was held on the 22 June 1911.
Looking up a bustling Hope Street ,Wrexham in 1962