Sedgley Heritage Trails
During 2019 two trails were researched covering nearly forty places of interest within easy walking distance of Sedgley Bull Ring.
A leaflet was then prepared by Sedgley Evening Townswomen's Guild with support from Sedgley People's Archive and Sedgley Local History Society. There was specialist help and advice from Dudley MBC who printed the final version.
The trails can be followed using the street map alongside notes and pictures.
Follow this link to download a copy of the leaflet and enjoy the trails.
Sedgley Local History Society [SLHS]
Sedgley Local History Society [SLHS] is a Black Country group based in the village of Sedgley, which is situated at the northern tip of Dudley Metropolitan Borough and just 3 miles south of the centre of Wolverhampton.
Here, the heritage of the Manor of Sedgley, in south Staffordshire, is focused through its nine villages - Sedgley, Gospel End, Cotwall End, Upper Gornal, Lower Gornal, Woodsetton, Coseley, Ettingshall and Brierley. A history of people, places and events.
us if you have any comments, suggestions, contributions or
Please note that genealogy isn't a prime interest of SLHS - it's a huge specialist area in its own right. We provide a list of useful sites on our genealogy links page that will help you to begin your research, however if you have a specific query drop us a line!
2022 – Spring Teaser
This is a chance to head off and search for a tribute to an industrial pioneer. Send an email if you can find the location and name the man.