Thanks to everyone who attended or sent apologies to our Cinderloo 1821 AGM yesterday held 11th February at our exhibition at the museum of Iron. The meeting was chaired by Pete Jackson The 320 people who had visited the exhibition and commented on the quality and interest created by the project was noted and everyone... Continue Reading →
The why, what, where, when and how of Telford's slags By Andrew Naylor Published as part of the launch of Touch Telford, The Slag Spotter's Guide will be a series of investigations to look at how Telford came to be, why it came to be and what it could become. It will appeal to anyone... Continue Reading →
This weekend is the last chance for you to visit our exhibition at the Museum of Iron. Over 50 people have exhibited and contributed to the exhibition and over 300 people have visited who have been over whelming positive about the quality and content on show. We were pleased to welcome this week the Leader of Telford... Continue Reading →
Telford has a short history (53 years) but was built on a location whose history goes back to the beginnings of time. The custodians of our history have curated it most notably at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum and at the county archives in Shrewsbury. Their curation tells only part of the story and this project aims to tell the story from the ground beneath our feet upwards.