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The traditional pattern of Welsh life remained undisturbed, and until the close of the Middle Ages the pattern was for English incomers to be rapidly assimilated into Wrexham's Welsh society, for instance adopting Welsh patronymics. In the mid-15th century, the parish church was gutted by fire.The main part of the current church was built in the late 15th and early 16th centuries.The museum also holds the archive of the Royal Welch Fusiliers; battalions were stationed in Wrexham during the First World War.Wrexham County Borough Council is made up of 52 Councillors, with one then appointed to serve as Mayor for a year.Wrexham's former police station on Regent Street, originally the barracks for the Royal Denbighshire Militia, is now home to Wrexham County Borough Museum.The museum has two galleries devoted to the history of the town and its surrounding communities.The last pit to close in the Borough was Bersham Colliery in 1986.
Renewed Welsh and Viking attacks led to a reduction in Anglo-Saxon power in north Wales from the early 10th century.The Industrial Revolution began in Wrexham in 1762 when the entrepreneur John Wilkinson (1728–1808), known as "Iron Mad Wilkinson", opened Bersham Ironworks. Wrexham Lager brewery was established in 1882 in Central Road and became the first brewery in the United Kingdom to produce lager beer. William Bingley described Wrexham in 1839 as "of such size and consequence as to have occasionally obtained the appellation of the metropolis of North Wales". The Market Hall was built in 1848, and in 1863 a volunteer fire brigade was founded.Wilkinson's steam engines enabled a peak of production 18th century literary visitors included Samuel Johnson, who described Wrexham as "a busy, extensive and well-built town", and Daniel Defoe who noted the role of Wrexham as a "great market for Welch flannel". In addition to brewing, tanning became one of Wrexham's main industries.In the 1980s and 1990s, the Welsh Development Agency (WDA) funded a major dual carriageway (the A483) bypassing Wrexham town centre and connecting it with nearby Chester and with England's trunk road network.New shopping areas have been created within the town at Henblas Square, Island Green and Eagles Meadow and the Wrexham Industrial Estate, previously used in the Second World War, has become home to many manufacturing businesses.
The economic character remained predominantly agricultural into the 17th century but there were workshops of weavers, smiths, nailers as well as dye houses.