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The Elihu Yale

This building has had many purposes, including those of cinema and furniture store.

44–46 Regent Street, Wrexham, Wrexham, LL11 1RR

This is named after the founder of Yale University, who lies buried in Wrexham churchyard. Born in America, of an ancient Welsh family, Yale worked in India, where he rose to become Governor of Fort St George. During the last 22 years of his life, he divided his time, living at his estate near Wrexham and his home in London, where he died in 1721.

An old photograph of when the building was Cantors furniture store.

An old photograph of when the building was The Majestic Cinema.

Photographs showing the difference between Regent Street in 1914 and today.

A newspaper cutting featuring the history of Wrexham’s Majestic Cinema.

External photograph of the building – main entrance.

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