April Newsletter 2016

OR-HIS-080The talk this month was by Rachel Cooksey who gave a very interesting talk about the Staffordshire Military Appeal Tribunals. Most records throughout the country were destroyed, this makes the Staffordshire collection particularly significant.

After a vote at the last coffee morning, we are reverting back to having our ‘OPEN MORNING‘ on the FOURTH THURSDAY, as this seemed to suit more people.

One of our members has a box full of copies of The Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Aeroplanes, free to a good home. Anyone who is interested please see Diane Tolley.

Don’t they have big toys these days!

I still have many photographs that have not got any description. This one just says “Nursery”. Does anyone know who these little cuties are? Any help is greatly appreciated.

We have had quite a busy month, on the 16th we attended the 50th birthday celebrations at St. Andrew’s church.

Laying the foundation stone
St. Andrew’s church today






OR-HIS-079On the 23rd we were at Harrison’s Sports and Social Club for the celebration of St. George’s Day. Although it was quite cold there was a good crowd – at least the rain kept off!

Forthcoming attractions:-
May 19th  – The Highwayman Lee Timmins
June 16th  – Battle of Waterloo Tim Burgan
July 21st  – AGM and display boards

There are leaflets available with all speakers listed until May 2017. See Diane or any committee member.