Founded 1946, by Geoffrey Beard
There's plenty of car parking available in Stourbridge -The most convenient car park being Tesco which gives direct indoor access to Stourbridge Town Hall.
The 2 hour limit is waived providing your car is registered at the Tesco customer services desk before attending the meeting.
Julian Hunt will be talking about the water mills of Belbroughton. The mills were used to power industries in the area. The industries included scythe making in Belbroughton and Chaddesley Corbett, also in the early nineteenth century, musket barrel grinding at Galton Mill.
Julian Hunt was born and brought up in Romsley. Early in his career he worked in Birmingham Reference Library later on becoming local history librarian at Aylesbury. He has written a number of books including ‘A History of Halesowen’.
The next meeting of the Society will be on Thursday 21st November and will be:
An illustrated talk by
The Mills of Belbroughton
All regular meetings are held in the Wollaston Room, Stourbridge Town Hall at 7.30pm
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