|I.P Jones and Beryl Jones outside Siop Ganol|
The poster in the window is advertising a concert by what was then Newmarket male voice Choir
when was taking place at the palladium in Prestatyn
Iola Endres (nee Jones) was born and brought up in Trelawnyd.
Her father was IP Jones who owned and ran the most popular shop in the village "siop Ganol" from 1929 until 1969. Iola and her husband took over the shop from 1969 to 1986,
This blog entry displays only some of Iola's extensive collection of village photographs, memorabilia and newspaper cuttings that she has collected over the years.
|This document is a wartime licence detailing what foodstuff IP Jones was allowed to sell at siop ganol|
It is dated 1941. The foodstuffs he was not allowed to sell was uncooked meats, game and rabbit
|This photograph was taken around 1938 when a biplane came down on the Gop fields behind the council houses.|
Iola is the baby being carried by Megan Lewis ( who was the previous blog contributor Audrey Jones' best friend)
|I.P Jones and Arthur Evans outside the shop.|
Arthur Evans was the husband of Beryl Evans who has been interviewed earlier in this blog
|IP Jones with Iola in front of the shop when it was decorated for the kings coronation|
|A bill from the shop written out at the time that Newmarket reverted back to it's Welsh name of Trelawnyd|
Mrs Edwards' weekly bill was just over 2£
|Mr Parry, Jack Hollinworth and E Hughes Jones sitting infront of the "new" Trelawnyd sign around 1957|
Iola is standing next to the Trelawnyd sign.