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Wall Heath Village Heritage Day

UPDATE: 17/03/2020

Due to the current coronavirus outbreak and recent government advice the Wall Heath Village Heritage Day we have taken the decision to postpone the event. We do hope to announce a new date for the event later in the year.


Wall Heath Community Association are staging a Heritage Day at the village Community Centre on Saturday 28 March, admission is FREE. Almost two hundred photographs will be on display showing what life was like in the community in the past with some photographs almost one hundred years old. That number of photographs means that on show will be buildings which have long since felt the force of the demolition hammer. In addition groups from around the village have supplied photographs of their members,past and present, so that the number of faces runs into several hundred. Village groups have also been invited to have their own display. Support from the Community has been very encouraging with over thirty individuals, groups and businesses agreeing to part sponsor the event. The Heritage Day will be open from 11.30am until 4pm with the opening ceremony being performed at 12.15pm by The President of the Community Association, Dave Tyler.

Further details of the event can be found by downloading the Wall Heath Village Heritage Day Leaflet (4 page pdf file) or by contacting Terry Church Tel 07974 428261. Email terrychurch6@gmail.com

Wall Heath Village Heritage Day Poster