Source: Leader – Fifty Years on. First published 1970.
Victoria School Centenary Celebrations 1901 – 2001
The story of the Willow Brewery
Gas Masks during the war. By September 1939 some 38 million gas masks had been given out, house to house, to families. They were never to be needed. Everyone in Britain was given a gas [more]
The Elephant & Castle was a public house in Charles Street, Wrexham. In the late 1870’s it had a local reputation for debauchery that included fights and prostitution. On one occasion the local Police Superintendent [more]
Wrexham As It Was – Through the lens of Thomas Grantham Wright. Through the lens of Thomas Grantham Wright. Pictures kindly supplied by Hayley Angel Paice-Wright.
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