Oliver Cromwell - Royal Executioner or Our Chief of Men
The next meeting of the Society takes place on Thursday 12th March at 7:30 pm in St. Andrew’s Church, Bilston Street, Sedgley. The speaker is Max Keen with his unique approach to events in British history.
Max’s illustrated talk follows the life of Oliver Cromwell from Cambridgeshire farmer to military general and statesman.
There are heroes and villains of the Civil War with its sieges, political intrigues and Royal ‘events’! Opposing forces fought skirmishes and battles across the Midlands with a final showdown at Worcester in 1651.
Meet Max in his Civil War costumes as he takes us through this turbulent period of political and religious unrest.
This is a ‘dramatic’ evening not to be missed.
As usual visitors are invited to come along – cost £2.
2020 – Winter Teaser Answer
This was a typical Sedgley Manor scene in the 1960s. We asked if you could identify the street, with the hint that the photographer, Trevor Genge, had a good climb.
The houses in Dean Street, (originally called Church Street), were demolished c.1980. For centuries it was part of the ridgeway path from the centre of Sedgley to Dudley.
The picture was taken from the roof of All Saints’ Church.