Wenlock’s American guests

On Thursday 24 January, Professor Aaron Banks and around 40 students of Gustavus Adolphus College, Minnesota visited the town of Much Wenlock. The visitors were welcomed by the Wenlock Olympian Society’s archivist Chris Cannon along with Geoff Renwick, head of William Brookes School. Following a presentation on Dr Brookes and the Wenlock Olympian Society, the students toured the historic sites around the town including the Museum and the George and Dragon pub.


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