Royal memories sought for community project

I was contacted yesterday by Naomi Jones at Brownhills Library, who asked me if I’d like to publicise their local history appeal for Royal Jubilee year. Whether you’re a royalist or not, the social impact of the royal events – from Coronations to Jubilees, weddings and even births have all had their own community occasions. So please have a look in those family albums and bundles of pictures. Why not ask Gran and Grandad what they might have lurking in their collections? This is all valuable social history, and that’s what it’s all about here on the Brownhills Blog.

Hi BobCould you please mention this in your blog?Share your Royal memories with Brownhills Library.Brownhills Royal fans are invited to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year with Brownhills Library.

If you have any photographs celebrating past Royal events you’d like to share, bring them along to Brownhills Library where staff will copy them and return them to you.

Maybe a school photograph with you and your class mates receiving a specially minted silver jubilee crown piece?

We would love to be able to share your photographs and present them as part of an exhibition that would take place in the library from May 31st – 16th June.

Call into Brownhills Library, Parkview Centre, or call 01922 650730


Naomi Jones

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