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Housman Statue, Bromsgrove High Street
High Street, southern end, c.1855
High Street, c.1905
High Street, 1930s
High Street, mid-1950s
Bromsgrove Guild Plaque on the Gates of Buckingham Palace
New Offices, Buntsford Business Park
St John's Church
Ordnance Survey, 19th Century
Published on Monday, 13 April 2015 09:34
|Speaker, Ralph Richardson (centre), with Bromsgrove Society Chairman, Reg Longshaw; and President, John Weston|
The Bromsgrove Lecture for 2015, a premier event in the Bromsgrove Society’s year, was held on the evening of 31st March and proved to be an outstanding success.
The lecture was a complete sellout, with a capacity audience in Routh Hall at Bromsgrove School and so a great success for The Bromsgrove Society.
This lecture, a unique event in the area with its topical subject and local knowledgeable speaker, attracted the attention of a considerable number.
The speaker, Ralph Richardson, gave a detailed, clear and humorous account of His Glorious Majesty – Richard III which received a rousing ovation from the audience.
The lecture proved so popular that enquirers for tickets were turned away and no tickets were available at the door. The moral is get your lecture tickets early!
Those who sold tickets are to be thanked, as are Bromsgrove School who have provided the venue for 29 successive years.
Published on Monday, 02 February 2015 09:00
The subject of our talk on 21st April is The Battle of Worcester by Bernard Mills.
The speaker will tell the story of this decisive battle of the English Civil War, in the costume of the day.
Doors open 7:15 for 7:45 p.m.
Published on Wednesday, 18 February 2015 20:37
The Bromsgrove Summer School will once again be held in July 2015 at Bromsgrove School. It offers six courses over three days - 7-9 July - celebrating the rich agricultural, industrial, architectural and cultural history of Bromsgrove and district.
This year's topics are:
Published on Monday, 24 November 2014 00:00
The 2014 edition of The Bromsgrove Rousler is now available. Topics in this year’s Rousler include:
As well as being sold through local outlets, the Rousler is again available as a paid download through this website. Back issues are also available to download.
Published on Monday, 15 December 2014 15:24
Following the success of the first edition which required two reprints to meet demand, the 2015 issue of this local history magazine is now available.
Items include old railway photographs, the development of Redditch New Town, the spread of the local needle industry, lost local pubs in Hanbury and Cookhill and the World War I experiences of Headless Cross resident Lily Emms who lost two men to the war.Read more...
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