The History of Shenstone Court & Shenstone Moss Evening
Local History Event at Shenstone Library
Following the successes of our previous sell out Local History evenings and the launch of our monthly Local History Group, we’ve invited local residents and budding historians Paula Ball and Brian Hawthorn to treat us to an evening detailing the history of Shenstone Court.
Shenstone Court, formerly called The Moss, dates back to medieval times. If you are interested in its history, then local resident Paula Ball, who has been researching its origins and Brian Hawthorn will give a talk including photographs about this ancient Estate, which has had an important role in the development of our village.
The Court has changed over the years and looks very different today. It’s hidden at the bottom of Court Drive. Some very interesting residents over the years, including Sir Richard Cooper!
It’s sure to be an evening of great interest for anyone who is keen to know more about the village they live in, grew up in or just enjoys spending time in. Tickets for the event are sure to go quickly and cost £2 per person.
To book a place, simply head down the Library during our opening hours and you can purchase a ticket from the front desk.
See below for full details.
Where: Shenstone Community Library
When: Saturday November 11th 7:30pm (Doors Open from 7pm)
Who: Our History of Shenstone Court evening is open to all but is more probably suited to those aged 13 and over
How Much? Tickets cost £2 per person and will include Tea/Coffee.
For more information, please feel free to contact us