Voices from the Past

This forum is open to all of the villagers of Trelawnyd past and present

I would like for them to share their memories, old photographs, family histories and past Village news with me so that I may be able to present a comprehensive record of this small. ancient and facinating Welsh Village Community throughout the ages.

All photographs will be returned after being scanned and published

For those that want to read a comprehensive study on the History of Trelawnyd, please refer to the Book "TRELAWNYD PAST & PRESENT" by Daphne and Ken Davies

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Best Wishes

John Gray

Trelawnyd 571838

Email : jgsheffield@hotmail.com
Many thanks to the following citizens of Trelawnyd for their conributions so far:
Mrs Gwyneth Jones, Mrs Gladys Jones, Mrs Olwenna Hughes, Mr Trevor Evans, Mr Hubert Evans, Mrs Bryn, Davies, Mr Islwyn Thomas, Mrs Pat Bagguley, Mrs Joanne Hewitt, Mrs Beryl Evans, Mrs Daphne Jones, Mrs Audrey Jones,Mr Basil Davies, Miss Mona Davies, Mr Graham Jones. Mrs Iola Endres

St Michael's

An original piece of art from village daughter Hattie Tea ( Guy)  who lives in one of London Road cottages

This week , Hattie and I will be ringing the Church bell in support of the Key Workers during the Covid outbreak
Another piece of history for the village to remember 

A Wedding

Thank you Rene Hancock ( daughter of Auntie Gladys) for sending me this wonderful photograph of a wedding reception in the memorial Hall.
Can anyone recognise any of the faces  bottom left are Bryn Davis and Pat Bagguley  and thedapper young man sat opposite is Basil from Ochr y Gop

Byron Street

A rare photograph of the junction of Byron Street and London Road taken around a hundred and ten years ago...
Must have been a hot day in summer as all of the houses windows are open 

The Inauguration of the Memorial Hall

This photo is a significant find .
A rare shot of the opening of the memorial hall 110 years ago.
The corner of High Street of London Road and High Street looks rather impressive presumably with everyone waiting for the Ralli family to do the unveiling
Thanks to the Harry Thomas archives for allowing me to share this photo 

London Road

 Two photograps of London Road the first before the construction of the village hall