Black Country Ghosts and Hauntings
The next meeting of the Society takes place on Thursday 9th May at 7:30 pm in St. Andrew’s Church, Bilston Street, Sedgley.
The very short Annual General Meeting is followed by a presentation – Black Country Ghosts & Hauntings.
The speaker is Andrew Homer a local history author and well known costumed demonstrator at the Black Country Living museum.
Andrew enjoys investigating and collecting local ghost stories. Over 150 of the spookiest sites have been published by him and the evening covers a selection from this gazetteer.
As usual visitors are invited to come along – cost £2.
2019 – Spring Teaser
One of the most remarkable images in Sedgley Manor was painted on tarmac in autumn 2018.
We asked you to name the location, and tell us why this bird was chosen.
The Mute swan overlooks Swanbrook Valley. It was painted in October 2018 on tarmac adjacent to the pavement on the north side of Eve Lane, Woodsetton. The feature was designed by Stephen Field, resident artist for Dudley MBC. It was painted with road marking material by Black Country based John A. Bates (Contractors) Ltd.
The idea came from Don Davies, Managing Director of the Woodsetton Charitable Trust.