• Chirk | Define Chirk at Dictionary.com

      dictionary.reference.com/browse/chirk Miss Begg remembered her as a "chirk" old lady with snapping black eyes and an abundant stock of legends and ballads.
    • Chirk - definition of chirk by The Free Dictionary

      www.thefreedictionary.com/chirk chirk (chûrk) tr. & intr.v. chirked, chirk·ing, chirks To make or become cheerful. Used with up. [Middle English chirken, to chirp, chirrup, from Old English ...
    • Chirk Castle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chirk_Castle Chirk Castle (Welsh: Castell y Waun) is a Grade I listed castle located at Chirk, near Wrexham, Wales. [1] The castle was built in 1295 by Roger Mortimer de Chirk ...
    • Chirk Castle

      www.chirk.com/castle.html Chirk Castle is a 700 year old marcher fortress, which commands fine views over the surrounding countryside. It was built in the late 13th century by Roger Mortimer ...
    • Chirk - 'The Gateway to Wales'

      chirk.org/index.html Chirk Pantoholics - In 1993 the world of pantomime came back to Chirk after a lapse of almost 30 years. Chirk History Society - Meetings are held on the ...
    • Chirk Castle - Wales

      www.castlewales.com/chirk.html Chirk Castle . 1m W of Chirk, Wrexham, northeast Wales. ... Below: general view of the inner courtyard at Chirk Castle. Sir Thomas' son, the second Sir Thomas, ...
    • Chirk Castle | National Trust

      www.nationaltrust.org.uk/chirk-castle Chirk Castle was constructed by Roger Mortimer de Chirk, between 1295 and 1310, under instruction from Edward I as part of the King’s chain of fortresses ...