Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Romany and Traveller event in Smethwick

Thanks to Stephen Benson, Publicity Officer for the FFHS (www.ffhs.org.uk), and Dianne Sutton of Romany & Traveller FHS (www.rtfhs.org.uk), for the following:

The Romany and Traveller FHS, the Friends of Black Patch Park and The Birmingham Romany Memorial Review Joint Event and Open Day

Smethwick “Black Patch” – Saturday 21st July 11am-4pm

The Romany and Traveller FHS are joining this year with the Friends of Black Patch Park and The Birmingham Romany Memorial Review to hold a joint event and Open Day in a marquee in the grounds of the Soho Tavern, Foundry Lane, Smethwick, B66 2LL. The RTFHS bookstall will be there along with research assistance, displays, a bouncy castle, music and dancing and well-know Birmingham author Ted Rudge will be giving a talk entitled “Brumroamin – Birmingham and Midland Romany Gypsy and Traveller Culture”

Chris

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