CHDLHS – Newsletter 17th October 2021

Salem Base
Our opening hours are reduced 10.00 am until 1.00 pm. to allow time for us to provide a covid safe environment. We are providing hand sanitizer at the entrance and we would urge all visitors to use it. The wearing of facemasks will not be compulsory but we would encourage visitors to consider wearing a face mask to help protect themselves and other visitors.
Last Thursday evening we welcomed Lesley Smith who gave a brilliant performance as Katharine of Aragon, in full costume, to a packed house transporting the audience to a bygone era . Lesley has also written a book entitled “Wolf Moon”. It is about the Tutbury castle and other places in the immediate area but set in 1568/9 and is a tale of spies and murder in Elizabethan England with all the intrigues that one would expect of that time. We have 4 copies of the book for sale priced at £11.50 each, these will be available at our base.

Cannock Chase Courier 100 years ago this week
15 October 1921
Hospital Parade
November 20th, 1921
For Sale.- Spring Cabbage Plants 3d per score,1s per 100. Plant now for cutting in April. Picklers 4d per score.
Apply W. Belcher, Wedges Mills, Cannock.
Wanted to Sell,- 26 Gallons of milk, daily, to be fetched from G. H. Edwards, Hatherton Hall Farm.
Law and Order
License Transfer
The license of the Lord Nelson Hotel, Cheslyn Hay, Noah Gough,; William Draper, George Plant, for keeping dogs without a license.
Neighbourly Amenities at Churchbridge.
Minnie Whitburn and Kate Rodwell, of Churchbridge, were summoned for using threats towards Lucy Woods.
Walsall Junior League
Cheslyn Hay Villa journeyed to Pelsall, on Saturday afternoon, Staffordshire Junior Cup
Cheslyn Hay & Great Wyrley
The Cheslyn Hay Aftercare Committee will inaugurate the coming session with a public meeting at the Council School on Monday. The object of the meeting is to secure the support of the public on behalf of the young people of the township in whom the Welfare Committee are interested.
for must be borne(sic) in mind.
Death of Cheslyn Hay Football Enthusiast.
Early on Tuesday Morning the sad news circulated throughout the township of Cheslyn Hay of the sudden decease of Mr. B. Carpenter, of High Street, Cheslyn HayNo articles for this week in 1971

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