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Why not become an Avon sales representative or sales leader in the Rhosllanerchrugog area? We have many Avon representative and sales leadership opportunities in the Rhosllanerchrugog area.

Rhosllanerchrugog is a village located in Clwyd, Wales. The village was originally within the ancient parish of Ruabon and the township of Morton Above or Morton Wallichorum. In 1844 Morton Above, along with part of the neighbouring township of Dynhinlle Ucha, became part of the newly created parish of Rhosllanerchrugog. Rhos is also renowned for its rich musical heritage, and has its own concert hall at the Stiwt Theatre. The village was once linked to the Great Western Railway by the Rhos Branch, which ran to the village from nearby Wrexham via Rhostyllen and Legacy.

By the early 18th century the Rhosllanerchrugog mines were the property of the future Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 3rd Baronet, of Wynnstay, a member of the area's major landowning family and a prominent Jacobite. At the accession of George I in August 1714, Williams-Wynn incited the miners of Rhos to march to Wrexham, singing Jacobite songs, to sack two Dissenting meeting houses, to smash the windows of Whig tradesmen and to prevent the bells of Wrexham church ringing to celebrate the accession.

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