From Colliery to Country Park The story of Severn Valley Country Park in pictures - Lots of places still available!
9th March 2015
In 1936 coal production moved to Alveley when, at its peak, 300,000 tonnes of coal were being produced annually. This fascinating talk, given by the chairman of Severn Valley Country Park Supporters Group, looks at the history, development and wildlife of the park from its inception to present day. If you were an early visitor to the country park look out for yourself in old photographs!
The talk will be held in the visitor centre at Severn Valley Country Park on Thursday 12th March starting at 7.30pm.
We’re only a 20 minute drive from Stourbridge!
Thursday 12th March
Members of Shropshire Wildlife Trust £3
Ticket price includes a hot drink and a slice of cake during the interval.
Booking essential - To book your place, please call 01746 781192.
Severn Valley Country Park
Alveley, between Bridgnorth and Stourbridge