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Come and celebrate the new home for the Black Country Society

Press release 04/06/2023

The Black Country Society will be moving its meetings venue to Bilston Town Hall from June 28th this year when Victoria Allnatt from the Portable Antiquities Scheme will be speaking on the wonderful finds that members of the public have dug up in the area.

To mark the occasion all attendees, whether current members or not will be given a complimentary alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink. Black Country Society Chairman, Malcolm Dick said, 'The society has over 1,200 members and this move gives us the opportunity to accommodate attendees of all ages in comfort.'

There are lifts available for those who have difficulty managing stairs. There is ample parking at the Town Hall which is also easily accessible by public transport.

The Black Country Society was founded in 1967 to promote and stimulate interest in the past, present and future of the area. It meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7.30 pm and as well as hosting talks, arranges walks and visits in the locality and holds virtual meetings for those who live further afield. For information on how to join go to

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