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.
The next meeting of the Society will be on Thursday 21st February and will be:
An illustrated talk by
How to Survive the Great War: The War Service of Stuart Menzies, Despatch Rider and Pilot’
Yet another new speaker for Stourbridge Historical Society
Stuart Menzies was Charles Brecknell’s great uncle. In the Great War Stuart served on the Western Front and in Salonica, Egypt and England. Charles has his uncle’s photograph album which contains about 500 photographs. Recently he has visited the Imperial War Museum at Duxford. The talk explains how Charles has discovered details of Stuart’s war service, it also includes many contemporary photographs of aeroplanes and service life in the Great War.
Charles Brecknell is a chartered chemical engineer and has designed chemical plant for many parts of the world.
All regular meetings are held in the Wollaston Room, Stourbridge Town Hall at 7.30pm
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