Take a ride on the 23 with top local historian Bill Mayo!

The chance to hear Bill Mayo speak is not to be missed!

I’m giving loads of advance notice that next Friday week (14th July 2017) at the new Lamp Arts theatre venue within Brownhills Activity Centre, you have a chance to hear a remarkable local historian speak.

Bill Mayo, without whom our communal history and this blog would be very much the poorer, will be giving a fun and informal talk from 7:30pm about local history, with stories and anecdotes about old Brownhills, Walsall Wood and surrounds.

I’ve heard noted author Bill speak several times previously and he’s fun, entertaining and has a wonderful sense of humour. He doesn’t give too many talks these days, so this is a real coup for the Lamp Arts venue and an event not to be missed for blog readers.

If you haven’t yet visited The Lamp for a show, you really are missing out; it’s a wonderfully modern and intimate community theatre with a wonderful atmosphere operated by a lovely community of dedicated folk. Find out more here.

Tickets are just £3 including a brew and nibbles – so what’s not to love? You can get a ticket by calling 01543 452119 or popping into the Activity Centre. But do so soon, because this is sure to be a sellout!

Brownhills CommunityAssociation are proud to present

A Ride on the 23

An evening of nostalgia and memories from Brownhills and the surrounding area with photos and anecdotal stories

Friday 14th July 2017 from 7:30pm Tickets £3 (including tea/coffee & nibbles)

Contact the Box Office on 01543 452 119

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