- The Site of the Livestock Market "Cae Sale"
- The "Roft"
- The Wynstay Pre Fabricated house and Wynstay Cottage
- The tree lined drive to the Old Rectory
- The Carnival field in front of Erw Wen
- The old High Street Houses and Cottages before Bron Haul
- The old Cottage above the village
|The old Police station on London Road|
.Trevor Evans recalls that the village boys sometimes used the auctioneer's ring as an improvised boxing ring after the market was run down
In front of "cae sale" you can just make out the roofs of Bryn Hyfryd Cottages and just after that the detached farm house that is called simply "Bryn Hyfryd". Bryn Hyfryd at one time was the village police station. The police station was then moved to a house on London Road (next to the school)
2 The Roft
Just to the right of High Street and obscured by the trees was a patch of overgrown allotments and "rough ground" which was called The Roft . The site of the Roft is now the Entrance to Bron Haul
|Looking down High Street Today.|
The Roft would have been on the right of the road.
To the left is Bryn Hyfryd. "Cae Sale" would have been situated beyond Bryn Hyfred's garden
|This rare photograph Shows Audrey Jones' Grandfather behind the "Prefabricated house"|
|The site of the Wynstay Bungalow today|
|Wynstay Cottage Roof can be seen to the right|
|Gwyneth Evans (left) who still lives in the village and Jean Roberts outside Wynstay's shop|
4 The Entrance to The Rectory
The once imposing drive, to the rectory which was lined with trees is alas no more
|The Rectory Entrance as it is today|
This photograph taken at Trelawnyd Carnival on Coronation Day 1953 has been included as a bit of fun. It Shows John Richard Morris Roberts, Kinsey Roberts and Edwina Fidgeon celebrating the day.
The photograph also shows Erw Wen just across the road.
|London Road/ Erw Wen Today|
Where the Sheltered Housing is located today up to Bron Haul used to be situated a row of houses and cottages. At varying times The pubs The Black Boy and The Cross Keys were situated along this row.
7.The Old Cottage "Ar y Gop"
Hidden away behind some newer buildings is an old cottage Ar y Gop