TALKS, WALKS & TOURS 2019 WEST MIDLAND HISTORIC BUILDING TRUST
The Black Country Society has members with specialist interest and The West Midland Historic Building Trust is pleased to offerthe following:
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Groups & Links
Industrial Archaeology Group
The IA Group hold evening lectures at
the Olde Swan, (Mrs Pardoe`s), Halesowen Road, Netherton.on the first Wednesday of each month.
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Black Country Society Main Programme
Unless stated otherwise meetings are held
at The Dudley Canal Trust Portal DY1 4SB.
Meetings held on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm. Visitors welcome.
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The West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust is a registered charity.
They aim to safeguard buildings of historical and/or architectural importance, within the West Midlands and Worcestershire, which are at risk of being lost.
As well as projects to protect and rescue historic buildings, the Trusts organise a range of activities to encourage and involve both new and existing members.
Walks are restricted to members only to enable participants to hear the leader's commentary and maintain safety. Sensible footwear is advised. Every effort is made to ensure that the distance can be covered within a maximum of 2 hours, but every
walk is different and each leader has
his/her style of walking and talking.
David Galley Walks Coordinator
Black Country Geological Society
The BCGS run a programme of monthly lectures and talks from September to April , meeting in Dudley Museum & Art Gallery, St. James's Road, Dudley, DY1 1HU, followed by a series of Field Trips to geological sites all over the Midlands. No qualifications are necessary to join - just a genuine interest. See the BCGS website for details.
Mushroom Green Chainshop
See the Industrial Heritage Stronghold website for details.
Mushroom Green Chain Shop is opened by Industrial Heritage Stronghold on the second Sunday of the month from April to October 2:30 – 5pm. Admission is free.