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Wrexham Area Civic Society

“Bygone Transport – Mienra Railways and Crosville Buses”

Meeting on Thursday 21st September at at Tŷ AVOW, 21 Egerton Street, Wrexham at 7.15 pm, until about 9.00pm.

A talk by Dewi Davies

The first meeting of the new season of the Wrexham Area Civic Society programme of events will take place on Thursday 21st September, 2017.

Dewi Davies is to give a presentation entitled “Bygone Transport – Minera Railways and Crosville Buses”.

Dewi Davies has taken and collected photographs of old and modern Coedpoeth, and indeed within North Wales generally, for many years. We anticipate an enthralling evening.

All are welcome, admission is free.  The Society will be pleased to welcome you.

The Civic Society holds a number of talks at AVOW throughout the winter.  These are all open to non-members.  Highlights of forthcoming talks include “Watermills and Weirs” by Ray Jones on Thursday 19 October, “The Howard de Walden family, Chirk Castle, 1911 – 1946, the Society Years – above and below stairs” by Jill Burton on Thursday 15 February 2018, “Thomas Telford” by Graham Greasley on Thursday 15 March 2018, and “Acton Park – the Rise and Fall of an Urban Estate (the History of Acton Park, Wrexham, from 1300 to 2000”) by Alister Williams on Thursday 19 April 2018 (following our AGM). All these meetings take place at AVOW.  The Society will also hold it’s Annual Awards Evening in November, an opportunity to show appreciation of the better (and very occasionally the worst) developments in Wrexham.

For more information about Wrexham Area Civic Society, please come to the meeting; or you are welcome to contact the Secretary of the Society, Nick Roe, on 07807772307, or 01978 263982, or visit www.facebook.com/wrexhamcivic.

 

 

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