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2018

   
     

June

Birmingham Lives History Fair

Sunday, 3rd June 2018 11am - 4pm

1 admission

 

Up to 25 stalls showing photos and memorabilia on Birmingham and the Midlands, History Societies,

Genealogy Groups, Books, etc. etc.

Details:  0121 602 3728    Email:  k.clenton@blueyonder.co.uk

 

 


 
 

Information Required

We are seeking photos and information on those men of the district who served in WW1.  Those that died

have been researched, although any additional information would be welcome, and are looking to  include

everyone who served in the 1914-18 war. 

Please contact Lynn Weaver 074 1913 6367 or lweaver@bgdhg.co.uk or download the pdf form and send to us.

WW1 Questionnaire


 
 

1918-2018

 
 

Ten men of the district who lost their lives during WW1 will be commemorated this year.  If you are, of know of,

a descendent please get in touch.  Samuel Cutler, David & Wilfred Inston, George Nicholls, George Stanley Payne,

Walter Perry, Arthur Satchwell, Howard Rose, Lewington Waldron and Leslie Witherford.

 
 
 

2017

September

Lapal Canal Trust - Walk the Line 2017

Saturday 16th September at 12 noon.

Non-members are welcome

Meet noon in Selly Oak Park by the Scout Hut off Gibbins Road towards junction with Harborne Lane.  Please park

in the Scouts' car park.  The walk to Halesowen is approximately 5 miles.  Please bring a picnic lunch.  The walk route is through Woodgate Valley Country Park stopping at the Visitors' Centre before continuing on to Halesowen.  Transport back to cars left at Selly Oak will be made available.  If you wish to join please let Tony Whateley know so we have some idea of numbers:  07751 100810 or membership@lapal.org

 
 
 
 

 

 

St Michael & All Angels Churchyard

As previously stated, Stage 1 is now complete.  Unfortunately, due to funding and circumstances beyond our control, Stage 2, (to return the perimeter to its original wall and railings) has been put on hold.  However, we are still keen to have contact with people whose relatives are interred here.

 
 
 
     
If you know of an event that may be of interest please let us know and we will add here