Pavilion Cinema, Broad Street, Rhos
In 1805, Morgan Williams was born in Tan y Felin, Llandona, Anglesey, the son of John A. P. Williams (1767-1856) and Eleanor (Ellin) Williams (1774-1857). Morgan was baptized on 10th March 1805. On 3rd June [more]
Inside Mount Pleasant English Baptist Chapel (opened in 1892) there is a Roll of Honour on the wall, commemorating those members who served in the First World War (1914-18). The Minister of Mount Pleasant Chapel [more]
Victoria Wine Lodge, Market Street, Rhos. Source: Tom Farrell collection, Aberystwyth.
The school attendance officer at the back was Arthur Augustus Roberts. The family were from Trefnant Nr. Rhyl. Arthur’s father William Roberts was the police sergeant in Rhos for a very long time. In 1893, [more]
In the following account, I have mentioned a few of the many cases I have found in local newspapers, but I have deliberately withheld certain names, out of respect for their descendants. The Denbighshire [more]
Pensioner remembers the night the Germans bombed his street LIFE in the village of Rhos was very different 70 years ago. Europe was at war and bombing raids by the Luftwaffe were frequent. In the [more]
Aradrwr (Ray Dawson Edwards), reporting on The Great Ambulance Adventure, reminded readers of Cliff Richard’s movie Summer Holiday, in which, “Cliff and the Shadows set off on holiday in a red double-decker bus in 1963.” [more]