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Schools were greatly wanted by the inhabitants ‘who, being employed in agricultural labour, would allow their children to remain much longer in school than in the neighbouring coal and iron districts’. Here was another aspect of the Gresford scene which was mostly passed over in silence by admirers of its pastoral attractions, although occasional hints were given. ’ The picturesque heart of Gresford village, which survives almost untouched today, was spared these unsightly intrusions because it had the good fortune to lie on the right side of, literally, a great divide known to geologists as the Wrexham Fault and one of the determining factors in the later history of this part of North Wales.
6 These mines were by modern standards almost puny. A qualiﬁed observer in 1851 put the total underground area worked by a pair of shafts at no more than ﬁve acres, at a correspondingly shallow depth. Working conditions were also still primitive:7 in spite of legislation inspired by appalling accidents in other coalﬁelds it was still possible for a mine in North Wales to be worked from a single shaft, divided in two by a brick wall only nine inches thick, leaving a downcast pit no more than three feet in diameter.
Midway through 1929 the second minority Labour Government took oﬃce with the problem of unemployment in general, and the plight of the coalﬁelds in particular, at the top of its agenda. Within a month the President of the Board of Trade announced that the government intended to take . . powers to compel colliery owners to conform to the rules of a district organization inaugurated with the approval of owners of collieries producing the majority of the output of the district, . . power . . to initiate a scheme in any district which fails to constitute an organization .
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