Cheslyn Hay Local History Society Newsletter 6th June 2021

What Happened This Week 50/100 years ago…by Mike Belcher

3rd June 1971  Burton Observer and Chronicle Shareshill property for sale.
5th June 1971  Birmingham Daily Post Woman killed, husband hurt, in A5 crash
Cannock Chase Courier &  Advertiser   4 June 1921  Appeal to all Creditors having any debts, claims, or demands against the estate of Sarah & William Brindley, late of Saredon Mill, Shareshill.

4th June 1921  Cheslyn Hay & Great Wyrley  The Literary and Debating Society had their first ramble of the season when they visited Teddesley Park.

A competition in connection with the Senior Bowling Club was completed with full details.

Cheslyn Hay cricket team beat St Peter’s from Wolverhampton at the Dell with full details.

A lady’s football team has been formed at Cheslyn Hay and they play their first match this weekend with Essington Ladies Club.
4th June 1921  At Cheslyn Hay, the senior club beat Chadsmoor Central Bowling Club.
Mr. B. Burrel Davis, solicitor, Cannock has been appointed Clerk to the Cheslyn Hay, Great Wyrley and Landywood District Schools Committee.

At the meeting of the Cannock Rural District Council on Friday, it was reported that eight municipal houses at Coppice Lane Cheslyn Hay have now been roofed and will be ready for occupation in the coming week.
The Cannock Rural Council are to reopen negotiations for the purchase of land at Coppice Lane corner, to remove the present danger to the public constituted by this corner.
4th June 1921  Letter to the Courier from Cheslyn Hay Villa enquiring why they have not been presented with the trophy having just won the Cannock Chase Junior Football League.

4th June 1921  Problems with the water shortage at Cheslyn Hay following the recent drought.

Wolverhampton Parish Records

A list of  Parish Records from around the Wolverhampton area is printed for downloading for members.

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