Nailmasters' house gets interpretation panel

The Limes – House History Project

2014 Autumn Teaser

The early Victorian house, on the Dudley Road in Sedgley, was built for Thomas and Eliza Tinsley, Sedgley’s well known nailmasters.

Now a detailed history of the house and its occupants is set out on an interpretation panel in the grounds. Detailed research was undertaken by the Society and members of the community. The panel was unveiled on November 21st 2014 by Mayor of Dudley, Cllr Margaret Aston. If you can't make it to The Limes, download a PDF version of the interpretation panel.

2014 Autumn Teaser

2014 Autumn Teaser

This building once played a central role in the life of a community. Now its services are no longer needed.

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The SLHS 2014 / 2015 Programme

The 2014/2015 Programme is now available.

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Sedgley Local History Society [SLHS]

Sedgley Local History Society [SLHS] is a Black Country group based in the village of Sedgley, which is situated at the northern tip of Dudley Metropolitan Borough and just 3 miles south of the centre of Wolverhampton.

Here, the heritage of the Manor of Sedgley, in south Staffordshire, is focused through its nine villages - Sedgley, Gospel End, Cotwall End, Upper Gornal, Lower Gornal, Woodsetton, Coseley, Ettingshall and Brierley. A history of people, places and events.

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