Cressage History Talks

An illustrated talk and exhibition will be given by local historians, husband and wife team Dr. Trevor and Margaret Hill, entitled ‘Two Ancient Manors by the River Severn’. The talk is the final instalment in a series of lectures which has run for three years. What’s What caught up with Dr Hill who explained that he and his wife, who both taught History at Birmingham University, have devoted their retirement years to researching the history of the local area.

Their efforts in sharing so much information have been well received by local people, and have helped to raise money for the Cressage Church Tower Fund. The talk will take place on Thursday 7th April at 7.30pm in Cressage Village Hall. Admission £3.

Contact 01952 510487 for further details.

Share:

Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest
LinkedIn
On Key

Related Posts

Ludlow Food Festival playing with fire

 Ludlow Food Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary this September.  This vibrant three-day celebration highlights the Marches region’s rich heritage of great food and drink, from

Shifnal race boosts good causes

Five good causes have received a boost thanks to Shifnal’s 10K race. The sell-out event in April was organised by a group of the town’s

A woodland tail

On a family holiday, Ed has his first ever sighting of a rare British treasure. The bird hide overlooks a woodland glade. At first glance

Summer sowing

Ann looks forward to the new season. There’s plenty to keep you busy in the vegetable plot at the moment. Plant smaller quantities little and

Learning in the great outdoors

Neil Thomas looks at the work of a charity promoting a deeper love of the natural world. It is the UK’s leading environmental education charity