Miners rescue skills preservation bid


Historians are fighting to preserve what they say is an important part of Wrexham's mining heritage.

The Mines Rescue Station was opened in 1913 to help find survivors of mining accidents.

It is now privately owned and has been recommended for listed status by Wales' historic monuments body, Cadw.

But campaigners fear it could be demolished before it has protection.

Matthew Richards reports.

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