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If you have any queries about the Black Country Society or would like to contact one of the officers and get a reply by email, please complete the panel opposite and 'click send'. The society welcomes all enquiries and contributions to the promotion, preservation and knowledge bank for this area of the UK.
Don't let local history and your own treasured memories disappear!
Share them with the Members of BCS and we will keep them in our archive for future generations to read and benefit from.
Do you have a Black Country story, something of interest from the past in your family history, a collection of old photographs that would be of interest to our readership? (We require permission to publish but don't let them fade away or be lost forever!)
Contact the Editor by email today!
The Black Country Society has a team of volunteers to help you with your enquiries.
We are pleased to fulfil your purchases and also supply information, books and back issues to further your interests.
Some requests can take time to research and prepare, and many of contacts are pleased to make a donation to the Society. This action is very much appreciated, so if you would like to donate, please click the button.
Thank You for your valued contribution!
The Society offers advertisers a number of. options to create more awareness of their products and services. These include Banner and Tile page positions, a Sponsors Directory Page and combined website and magazine packages
The Society is pleased to receive information about the Black Country for consideration and inclusion on this website and for publication in the Society magazine 'The Blackcountryman'.
Copyright of articles, images and illustrations remains the property of the author(s). Views of contributors are not necessarily those shared by the Society, Webmaster or Editor. Contributors accept full responsibility for the authenticity of their work, that information appearing on the website may be edited and that all matters relating to copyright and factual accuracy have been resolved prior to submission. Contents not to be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, transmitted or photocopied without prior permission (contact webmaster), except in reasonable extracts for the purpose of review or research. Images have been obtained from a number of sources. Those obtained directly have been duly acknowledged, but some have been acquired on the open market and, despite attempts at tracing their origin, many remain anonymous. These images are normally credited to the author of the article. Ownership does not confer copyright upon the owner. In many instances copyright rests with the original photographer, company from whom the image was taken, or person, organisation or company to whom copyright has been assigned. Such photographs are usually credited to the ‘collection’ of the contributor. If, through no fault, photographs or images have been used without due credit or acknowledgement, then apologise are offered. If anyone believes this to be the case, please contact the webmaster and a credit will be added at the earliest opportunity.
The Black Country Society has an extensive library of images which can be licensed for a range of media, including programme making, film production, book publishing, magazine and news production and digital products, such as online content, apps and ebooks.
Please use the message board above to make your enquiry.