Contributed by Diana Bevan
This is your opportunity to enjoy Newcastle-under-Lyme’s architecture, history and culture!
Several buildings will be open to the public on one or more days and some interesting events will be taking place, in the town and the surrounding area.
In Newcastle, St. George’s Church, Holy Trinity Church, The Unitarian Meeting House and the Congregational Chapel will all be opening their doors to the public.
Historians in Silverdale and Kidsgrove are making plans and the Chapel of Rest and Lodge at Newcastle Cemetery will be open to view.
Clayton Hall, St. Giles Church Newcastle and a group at Audley are hoping to join in as well.
Preparations are being finalised by enthusiastic volunteers at each venue. More details will be available nearer the time at Newcastle library and at the Museum, as well as on the Civic Society website:- [newcastleunderlymecivicsociety.wordpress.com ]
We will be having displays of Newcastle in photographs, old and new, with details of our programme of events, as follows:-
Museum 13th – 19th June and 28th August – 12th September
Newcastle Library 22nd June – 4th July and 17th – 27th August