Tuesday 14th May 12.00pm
Stafford Street, Wolverhampton
The Hogshead is an attractive traditional pub, set in the heart of Wolverhampton, which prides itself on great service and great-value food and drink.
It offers an extensive range of great pub grub and a fantastic offer of two meals for £6.95 every day. The Hogshead also gives you the chance to try out one of eight local guest ales.
Bushbury Hill Walk
Wednesday 15th May 11.00am
We will meet up at Northycote Farm outside the tearooms and head out across the farm and walk up to the top of Bushbury Hill, before returning back to the tearooms at Northycote for refreshments. The walk will take just over an hour and can be strenuous in places. It is not suitable for wheelchair users due to the terrain of the pathways.
Wolverhampton City Archives
Molineux Hotel Building, Friday 17th May
10.30am – 12.30pm, £1.50 per person
Join us for a guided tour and explore the rich life of
Wolverhampton and its people through archives filled with fascinating documents, photographs, maps, and recordings.
Wolverhampton City Archives houses a wealth of materials relating to the history of all areas now within the city of Wolverhampton including Bilston, Bushbury, Penn, Tettenhall and Wednesfield.
Constantly growing, the Archives’ vast collections include maps, books, census returns, newspapers, records from local schools, churches, clubs, societies and businesses, electoral registers, and indexes to births, deaths and marriages. There are also over 30,000 photographs, plus films, sound recordings, memorabilia and much more.
If you would like to attend, please get in touch to book your place. For those unsure of how to get there, please meet us on the day outside Wolverhampton Art Gallery in Lichfield Street at 10.10am for the short walk to the archives.
If you would like more information about activeyes please contact Tim Jukes at the Beacon Centre on 01902 880111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org