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Hope Street, Wrexham c1890

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

Hope Street

FLEECE VAULTS. 22 Hope Street, Wrexham.

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]


The Old Town Hall, Town Hill, Wrexham.

The Old Town Hall was located on the junction of Town Hill, High Street and Hope Street. The original building which had stood on the site had been the Shire Hall built during the reign [more]


Hope Street, Wrexham 1911

Hope Street, Wrexham, showing Bradleys Outfitters decorated to celebrate the coronation of George V which was held on the 22 June 1911.