Happy New Year to all our members
Thursday 13th January is our first chat n cha of the new year, we hope you will all be able to join us for a cuppa and a musical quiz
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.
What Happened This Week 50/100 years ago…by Mike Belcher
6th January 1972
Musicians Wife Dies
The wife of well-known local musician Lawrence Hawkins, Mrs.Maria Theresa Hawkins died at Fernleigh Hospital, Stafford
Funeral of Harry Linnel
The funeral service of Mr. Harry Linnel took place at the Bethel Methodist Chapel, Bridgtown, last week Cannock Town in the very early century, and he also played for Cheslyn Hay Cricket Club.
7th January, 1922
Cannock Chase Courier
Cheslyn Hay an Great Wyrley
On Wednesday evening of last week the decease took place of an old resident of Cheslyn Hay, in the person of Mrs. Elizabeth Hawkins of Hill Street.
Cheslyn Hay resident, Oliver Jones, of High Street, passed away at his residence
On Sunday evening a large congregation was present at the Salem Methodist Church when a Dedication Service was held, conducted by the Rev. John Naylor. At the close of the service fifty three new friends were registered as members of the church, a large proportion of them being young men belonging to the Young Men’s Institute.
Walsall Junior League
Cheslyn Hay Villa journeyed to Walsall on Saturday to fulfil their fixture with the Ex-service club on the Birmingham Road Ground. Cheslyn Hay Albion 3 New Invention 1.
Penkridge Charity Cup
A Heath Hayes Protest
A special meeting of the Penkridge Charity Cup Competition was held at The Boat Inn, Penkridge
7th January 1922
Serious Charge Against Youths
Harry Whitehouse,18, edge tool grinder; Christopher Cascarino, 17, collier; and James Mitchell, 18, collier, were indicted for breaking into the dwelling house