Broseley’s historical day

Broseley Local History Society will be holding an open day on Saturday 14 October from 10am to 3pm in the Victoria Hall, with displays of artefacts, old photographs and documents. The society is keen to expand their records by encouraging people to visit and to bring any items of interest which they may have in their possession. The lack of a suitable display area in the town means that the considerable number of objects, photographs, maps and documents in the archives which relate to Broseley’s rich and varied history are rarely seen by the public, so this is an opportunity for many to be viewed for the first time. It’s hoped people will come and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and share memories of old Broseley. If anyone has anything of interest they would like displayed, or for further information, contact Gillian Pope on gill.h.pope@googlemail.com or phone 01952 883960.

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