Selection of pictures of the High Street in Rhos. If you have any photographs of High Street, Rhos to add to the above please email them to wrexham. history @ gmail. com (Remove spaces)
Autobiography of Robert William Williams (1880-1973) Steve Williams Edited 2015
Gwilym Meredith Edwards (10 June 1917 – 8 February 1999) was a Welsh character actor and writer. He was born in Rhosllannerchrugog, the son of a collier. Meredith first worked as a lab assistant at [more]
Photos take villagers on a trip down memory lane. Comments from some of the visitors. Visited Rhos Library and enjoyed it very much, it is wonderful. It brought back some happy memories. Visited today and [more]
St. Johns Parish Church, Rhos Church of St John Evangelist. A grade II listed building, built in 1852 and consecrated on 4 October 1853. A good example of a Romanesque Revival church, it is Norman [more]
Chamber houses in Brook Street, Rhos. Picture taken around 1980. Source: NENE Calendar.
The Herald (Rhos) April 1991. An 8 page circular which was distributed to homes throughout Rhos & district. For a larger print click here. For a larger print click here.
Ifor Tunnah – Canadian Forestry Corps Welsh newspaper “Y Drych”- The Mirror, notes, he emigrated to Chicago (Aug. 10th 1917). Ifor Tunnah left Chicago for Camp Borden in Canada to join up with the Forestry [more]
Pupils at Ysgol Y Grango, Rhos having their work judged in 1973 School Eisteddfod. Source: NWN Media.
Llanerchrugog Hall, Rhos. Llannerchrugog Hall is thought to have been built in the early 18th century, but may be earlier. Originally a farmhouse. Source: Emlyn Davies. Calendr Nene.