Newport history society is always happy to help other heritage groups. This looks like an interesting talk.

 

Gnosall Heritage Group
Talk & Presentation
Mid-Staffordshire and the Coming of the Tudors in 1485
By Steve Booth

Wednesday 6th February 2019
Venue: Grosvenor Centre, High St., Gnosall.
Time: 7.30 pm.
The talk looks at the key events from 1483 onward’s i.e. the unexpected death of Edward IV and the confusion over the succession; Richard III and the possible fate of the two Princes; Henry Tudor in exile in France and the increasing number of former Yorkists who made contact with him; his landing in South Wales in 1485 and his route towards the Midlands (concentrating in particular on his route through Shropshire and Mid-Staffordshire in August 1485). Contacts made locally with the Stanley brothers just before the Battle of Bosworth and possible agreements reached; the principal events of the battle – especially as far as Sir William Stanley and Henry Tudor were concerned.
Free Entry – Everyone Welcome
E-mail: hg.gnosall@btinternet.com

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Newport Advertiser.

 
We would just like to inform our members and the people of Newport that
that British Newspaper Archive have digitised some of the Newport Advertiser. People have to pay to view, but its a start. Previously the only way to see old editions was at Newport library with microfilm.
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Mike Moore.

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Christmas Do.

​Dear All,

All members and friends are invited to our Christmas do at

The Swan, Lower Bar, Newport

Monday 17th December from 7.00-7.30

Please bring an item of party food as your contribution

There will be our usual fiendish quiz!!

Best wishes for the Season

The History Society

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David Adams.

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Dementia friendly Newport

Meet Terry Hayward of Newport History Society’s Field Group. These are the people who go out and about with metal detectors and other equipment in search of historic artefacts. And they currently have a fine display in the glass cabinets at Newport’s Guildhall Tearooms – including some fascinating items from the First World War. Delighted to say that Terry and his Field Group colleagues have become “Dementia Friends” and are the latest SUPPORTER GROUP to join the Alzheimer’s Society’s NEWPORT PROJECT. You can find out more by emailing phil.gillam@alzheimers.org.uk45951556_259750208064886_6440724311312433152_n.jpg

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100 Years.

As we all know this Sunday commemorates 100 years since the end of the First world war, so we thought that it would be fitting to have some poppy’s in the cabinet to honour those who did so much in the defence of this country and especially those who gave all and never returned.
we dedicate the two poppy’s to Rowland Breward who’s death penny was found in a field last year, we have not found any surviving members of his family to return the Penny back to, so until we do we will be his family and remember him on Sunday.

Thank you to all that serve.

 

 

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