Cinderloo 1821- Minutes of Annual General Meeting held 20th February 2020

Welcome, introductions and apologies Pete Jackson opened the meeting and 24 people present introduced themselves, 14 apologies were received including from Andrew Naylor, Sue Taylor and Concepta Cassar  Note of meeting held 21st February 2019 The link to last year’s AGM minutes were provided at https://cinderloo.com/2019/02/22/minutes-of-agm-held-21st-february-2019-at-elephant-and-castle-dawley/ Notes agreed Partner updates and thanks The following partners... Continue Reading →

The Annual General Meeting of Cinderloo 1821 20th February 2020 – 7.15 Elephant and Castle, Dawley

The Annual General Meeting of Cinderloo 1821 will be held at Elephant and Castle Dawley on 20st February 2020 starting at 7.15pm Please send apologies and additions to the agenda to Cinderloo@gmail.com Agenda Minutes of meeting held 21st February 2019Report on first year’s activity and plans for 2020 Pete Jackson and Andrew HoweTo include presentation on the... Continue Reading →

A Tale of Two Elections 1820 and 2019

Cinderloo 1821 supporter Geoff Fordham looks back at the 1820 general election and some parallels with our current hustings. As we go through the agonies of yet another general election campaign, it’s worth reflecting on one that went before, when elections were, at least superficially, different from nowadays; yet somehow managed to display some surprising... Continue Reading →

Telford Slags

Telford has more old slags than anywhere else in the world. As the birthplace of the industrial revolution it is not surprising that the area that is now Telford has a large repository of historical slag. Slag is the waste product left behind from the smelting of iron, and in Telford, it’s everywhere. The slag... Continue Reading →

Cinderloo press release

Cinderloo 1821 the community group set up to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the battle of Cinderloo is launching a public petition calling on Telford & Wrekin Council to include Cinderloo in the names being considered to for the Telford central railway bridge. On Saturday the group have a walk arranged as part of the... Continue Reading →

“Remember the dead – Fight for the living”

Cinderloo 1821 the group established to commemorate the battle that took place in 1821 when 3 colliers died fighting against the harsh conditions that they were required to work in are extending their campaign to link with other groups who would like to see these conditions recognised

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