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What Happened This Week 50/100 years ago…by Mike Belcher
Due to Covid Restrictions we have been unable to continue our research of the newspapers at the local libraries, to avoid disappointment we are including a variety of reports from previous years where possible.
Birmingham Daily Post 18th May 1971 Full story of the letter which a former councilor of Cheslyn Hay sent to the Queen was one of several which cost him a total of £1000 libel damages yesterday.
Rugeley Times 15th May 1971 Two men, one from Cheslyn Hay, pleaded guilty to dishonestly taking more than six hundredweight of coal, worth £3.25, when they appeared before Rugeley magistrates. Full story.
21 May 1921 Details of a communication was read from Cannock Rural District Council intimated that the authority do not intend to take steps regarding the proposed improvement of Coppice Lane Corner at Cheslyn Hay.
21 May 1921 Story of the poor rate collector for the Cannock district, is to have a district office at Cheslyn Hay.
21 May 1921 The Cheslyn Hay Primitive Methodists held their annual Sunday School treat on Whit Monday in a field kindly lent by Mr. Alfred Heminsley Full details.
21 May 1921 Story of the Working Men’s Club Male Voice Choir in their performance in the Musical Competition on Tuesday at Dudley Castle Fetes.
21 May 1921 The children attending Salem Church School, had their annual school treat on Tuesday. Full details.
21 May 1921 The local cricket club commenced the season with two wins over Beudesert, and the Sunbeam Motors Works Club.
Staffordshire Name Indexes An excellent website brought to you by Staffordshire & Stoke On Trent Archive Service allowing free access. All listed.