Bringing our Waterways Heritage to life

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The next meeting of Malpas Field Club will be on Wednesday 10th May in Malpas High Street Church SY14 8PR.

As the meeting will include the Field Club AGM it will start at 7.30 pm prompt.

The speaker will be Chris Kay, the Lead Volunteer Tour Guide from the National Waterways Museum at Ellesmere Port, with an illustrated presentation on 'The History and Development of the National Waterways Museum — Bringing our Waterways Heritage to life'.

Chris will outline the fascinating history of the former Ellesmere Port Canal Dock and explain how the remaining derelict buildings were transformed by volunteers into the present museum.

For further information about Field Club activities and membership, and/or to receive details of the programme by post or email, please contact David Hayns (secretary) on (01948) 860486 david@hayns.com

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