THURSDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER – 7:30 pm
15th Andrew Barnett Memorial Lecture
"The Backyard Industries of the Black Country"
Ron Moss gives an illustrated presentation of the harsh work places of yesteryear
THURSDAY 14TH OCTOBER – 7:30 pm
"The Turls Hill Project"
David Bate relates how ‘people power’ is protecting an ancient landscape.
THURSDAY 11TH NOVEMBER – 7:30 pm [provisional]
"Evening Visit – Broadfield House Glass Museum, Kingswinford"
World famous collections feature the very best in British glass.
THURSDAY 13TH JANUARY – 7:30 pm
"Sedgley Manor Memorabilia"
A members & visitors evening; everyone is invited to bring along postcards, prints, photographs, artifacts, souvenirs & ephemera connected with the Manor.
THURSDAY 10TH FEBRUARY – 7:30 pm
"Our Unfolding History – An Update!"
Peter Boland, the Principal Conservation Officer of Dudley M.B., gives a round up of work undertaken in the recent past.
THURSDAY 10TH MARCH – 7:30 pm
"Himley Hall - Past, Present & Future"
Alan Peace on Royalty, Earls & the general public at the big house in the park.
THURSDAY 12TH MAY – 7:30 pm
Annual General Meeting followed by
"The Brierley Hill Rail Disaster & other Unusual Events"
Bryan Hollies & Marjorie Ellis have researched some amazing happenings.
THURSDAY 9TH JUNE – 7:30 pm [Meeting place & details of walk to be announced]
Evening Walk – "Discovering Ettingshall "
Trevor Genge shows us some surprises in the Manor’s largest village.
VENUE AND FURTHER DETAILS
Unless otherwise stated all talks take place in St. Andrew's Church, Bilston Street, Sedgley in the main church building. Visitors are always welcome.
Yearly membership of the Society is just £3 including free admission to all talks, if attending just an individual talk a contribution of £1 helps us in our work.
Don't hesitate to drop us an e-mail if you've any questions.