Biddulph & District Genealogy & Historical Society Biddulph Grange by Kath Walton

Local and Family History for the Biddulph area

MONTHLY MEETINGS

The Society has a regular montly meeting on the third monday of the month (except in July and August).

The meetings are held in Biddulph Library, Tunstall Rd, Biddulph, Stoke-on-Trent ST8 6HH

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and click here to see the list of future meetings

 


Next Meeting

The New Season of Talks for 2018 / 2019 continues with:

19th November 2018 “An Update on the Biddulph Valley Railway“ with Mr. Roland Machin

It is twelve years since Roland Machin talked to the BDGHS about the Biddulph Valley Railway. This talk will bring the members up to date with the latest information available. The photograph above shows a service train arriving at Biddulph station 1918.The locomotive is a NSR D class 0-6-0 tank probably number 131.There were only two or three service trains daily each way at this time and similar number colliers trains that ran in relation to the shift pattern up until Saturday lunch time.








Future Meetings

The Season of Talks for 2018 / 2019:

The meetings will commence at 7 p.m. in Biddulph Library unless a change of venue is indicated.

9th November 2018 “Home By Christmas“ a revised version of the play “When the Boys Come Home.” written by Mr. Bill Ridgway.

Part of a week of events to be organised by Biddulph Town Council to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War. The performance will take place on Friday the 9th of November 2018 on the stage of the refurbished Biddulph Town Hall.

19th November 2018 “An Update on the Biddulph Valley Railway“ with Mr. Roland Machin

17th December 2018 “The John Serratt Christmas Lecture” - including film of the early work done in Biddulph Grange Gardens

21st January 2019 “Sutton Hoo and links to Staffordshire” with Mr. Frank Harris








Local and Family History for the Biddulph area

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