|Events - subject to change.|
42nd AGM, Members Forum: Listed Buildings in Wem.|
Wem Town Hall, High St., Wem
|Wem Agricultural Shows: Talks by Roger Ashton, Oliver Richardson and Display by Tom Edwards|
|My part in the One Hundred Years of RAPRA Techology -
(Rubber and Plastics Research Association) is a Not-for-Profit Membership Association for companies in Polymer manufacturing, processing or end use. A talk by Ivan James FInstP FRMS.|
Display on a local history topic by Tom Edwards.
|Heritage Project:Within the Town Gates Talks by George Nash and Malcolm Adkins - Photography Competition - the winning and short listed entries.|
|St George’s Market - Wem Spring Market Town Hall, Jubilee Square and Youth Club<|
|A history of Shropshire Porcelain. A talk by Tim Dawes|
|Nuts in May Social, Wem Town Hall, 7.30pm.|
|Trip - Two Churches and a Pub.
Moreton Say - St Margaret of Antioch
The Red Lion, Wistonwick
Hodnet - St. Luke
|Craft of the Silversmith. A talk by Penny Wheat - A lively and amusing talk based on 36 years as a
lecturer at Stafford College. Lavishly illustrated with many items of silverware and jewellery etc. Penny worked as a college lecturer,
teaching silversmithing and jewellery for 36 years, until her retirement seven years ago. |
The talk will be transmitted to the cinema screen in Wen Town Hall. There will be the opportunity to question Penny Wheat at the end of the talk.
|Tour of Aston Street - the story of its shops. Starting with a display and short talk in the Schoolroom of the Methodist Church (Aston Street), followed by a tour of Aston Street and ending with Sands the Florist.|
|Food, Glorious Food A talk by Kath Reynolds.Our changing eating habits and convenience foods in our diet. From fish fingers to angel delight, Camp coffee to Chianti in a basket, spam to salmon paste - all the things we have loved... and some of those we have hated!|
|Harvest Market Town Hall, Jubilee Square and Youth Club|
|"...and the High Street ran with Damson Juice."|
Talks, Reminiscences and a Tasting Menu: The story of food eaten in Shropshire and surronding counties prior to the present day. Price to be confirmed.
|Arrows Away! Archery – ancient and modern. A talk by Penny Turner||Wem’s War Memorial: the stories of the men - at home and at war. A talk by Shelagh Richardson.
The stories of some of the men listed on the memorial, both in Shropshire and at war, set against the wider background of the two world wars. ||Xmas Social||43rd AGM; Members' Forum|
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