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Kings Heath Local History Society

Kings Heath Butchers and Post Office
Kings Heath Butchers and Post Office

Where - Meetings are held at Kings Heath Library

When - The third Wednesday of the month

Time - 7.30pm ( Meetings finish by 9.15 )

Yearly subscription £4. Visitors £1 per meeting

Everyone is welcome - light refreshments are available
for a small charge.

Please contact Kings Heath Library - 0121 464 1515
or e-mail kings.heath.library@birmingham.gov.uk for further information.

Programme of events for 2008

January 16 - AGM followed by DVD showing of Villages of Birmingham

February 20 - Aston Hall . An Illustrated talk by Nick Rawles

March 19 - Businesses and Shops in Kings Heath. Bob Blackham and Andy Bishop

April 16 - Tramways. A talk by David Harvey

May 21 - Birmingham a City in Music. John Smith

June 18 - The History of Kings Heath Park. The Committee

July 23 - Annual Outing. A Walk around Kings Heath Park

September 17 - The Story of Packwood House. An Illustrated talk by local historian Mike Miles.

October 15 - Smiths of Kings Heath. The Committee.

November 19 - The Victorian Diet. A Talk by Chris Upton

Related Links
The History of Kings Heath
Kings Heath Local History Trail
Kings Heath Library
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Last updated - Friday 29 February 2008 Return to Top | Printer Friendly