Llanrwst and District Historical Society
Llanrwst & District Historical Society
The society promotes interest in, and study of, the history of Llanrwst and neighbouring communities. It meets at the Eagles Hotel on the first Wednesday evening of each month except January and August. It welcomes new members, including junior ones.
The society has produced numerous books on aspects of local history, including studies of individual streets in Llanrwst. These are available from the Bys a Bawd bookshop in Denbigh Street.
Ancaster Square - historic heart of Llanrwst
Former Samuel Jones butcher's shop - he had nine sons serving in the First World War
Former King's Head Hotel - birthplace in 1711 of a harp maker who supplied instruments to royalty
Steam Packet Lane - narrow alley led to river dock, for goods and passengers
Regent House - draper's son once wrote a cinema script which was accepted by Charlie Chaplin