Welsh international rugby player, also captained Wales on tour of Japan in 2000.
Made conductor of BBC Welsh Orchestra in 1946 and later head of BC Music in Wales. He composed mostly choral music. Awarded OBE in 1969. He passed away in 1988.
Author of twelve poetry books. Books launched in Wales and England at various locations.
One of Wales' prehistoric residents. His skull was expertly reconstructed to see how he would have looked. The result is on display in the Wrexham Museum.
Dave and Jill Cooke founded Operation Christmas Child (OCC) in 1990 to send gifts and supplies in Shoe boxes to children in Romanian orphanages.
Pirating with captain harris in the caribbean.
'Balaclava Ned'. He died in 1927, the last survivor of the Charge of The Light Brigade at Balaclava in the Crimea.
Founded Yale University
Judge renowned for passing death sentences.
Remembered fondly for his 'Looking Back' column in the Wrexham Leader.
Well known for his work as an Illustrator. Work has appeared in the UK, USA and Australia.
Plays football for West Brom and Wales
Theologian, controversialist and principal of Jesus college, Oxford from 1686 to 1712. He became a fellow of Jesus college in 1662, vice-principal in 1668 and principal in 1686. He was also vice-chancellor of Oxford University from 1689 to 1691, the first principal of the college to do so.
In 1988 he designed the '400th Anniversary of the Welsh Bible' stamps for Royal Mail. In 1992 he designed the 'Wintertime' stamps.
Played football (Soccer) for Manchester United, Chelsea and others. Played for Wales
Princess Diana's loyal butler, acquitted of charges of theft of her possessions after her death.
Football (Soccer) player. Welsh International and Leicester City FC.
Original one off stone and wood sculpture works.
In 1961 she became the first British woman to win the coveted 'Miss World' title.
Various movies including an Oscar for Gladiator