Black Country Annual History Day 

 The 2021 Event has been postponed until Summer 2022 

The Society are planning a number of speakers and four main

presentations. Three relate to books published within the past

two years. The books will be on sale on the day:

Keith Robinson,  'Shining a light on the poor of Wednesbury, 1760-1860’

Simon Briercliffe, ‘Forging Ahead: Austerity to Posterity in the Black Country, 1945-1968’ 

Brendan Clifford, ‘Red by Day and Black by Night: The Black Country – 500 Years in 50 Voices’.

 

Andrew Lovett of the Black Country Living Museum will also

explore how the Museum is moving forward with

its various projects.  Chaired by Malcolm Dick.

 

Black Country History Day is a collaborative event linking the Black Country Society, University of Birmingham and Black Country Living Museum.  A programme will be published in due course and circulated by social media and the BCS website.

To register provisionally for the event contact Malcolm Dick on m.m.dick@bham.ac.uk

Dr Cathy Hunt, Steve Field, Dr Malcolm Dick OBE, Judith Watkin,
Rebecca Wilton