|This is an invitation to join us at
our annual history fair, which takes
place on Friday 7th June, and Saturday 8th June, 2019
United Reformed Church, 333 Penn Road, Wolverhampton,
As usual there will
be lots of things to see, with something to
interest everyone. There is plentiful free car parking,
light refreshments, and free admission.
There will be displays about Dudley, Penn,
Tipton, Wednesfield, Wolverhampton,
Wombourne, the Black Country Living Museum, and
demonstrations of rag rug making. Other displays will
feature, archaeology, Guy Motors, the Fire Brigade,
locally made items and vehicles, hospitals, old telephones, and much,
Friday 7th June
10.00am. to 8.00pm.
Saturday 8th June
9.00am. to 4.00pm.
Demonstrating rag rug making.
Simon Briercliffe, Black
Country Living Museum. (Saturday only)
Lawson Cartwright, Old Penn,
Manor Road School, etc.
Ted Cheers, Railway & Canal
Tony Edwards, ATCO Lawnmowers.
Ray Fellows, Wednesfield
Neil Fox, Hospitals.
Kate Hartland-Westwood, local
coffee mill manufacturers.
Kate Hartland-Westwood, Wombourne History
Graham and Gill Harwood, Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton Civic & Historical Society.
Martin & Jan Holland,
Wolverhampton archaeology Group.
Philip Jones, The Dorman
Ray Jones, Sunbeam record
breaking cars, and AVRO 504s.
Don Linney, Old Wombourne.
Harry Livesley, WW1 medals etc.
Nigel Martin, World War 2, locally made items.
Bev Parker, Old Wolverhampton.
Richard Sells, John Wilkinson.
Frank Sharman, Domestic
Brian Shaw, Turner Sports Cars.
Elena Cassidy-Smith, Old toys.
Roy Stallard, Local Hospitals.
Tipton Civic Society, Tipton
Pat Watkins & Tony, Old
telephones and the telephone exchange.
Alan Wigg, Guy Motors.
Ned Williams, Circuses. (Friday