The highly-popular exhibition returns with more photos and news clippings and less Blu-Tack, capturing Stony Stratford from Victorian times to not-so-long-ago. Come and spot your granny, or possibly yourself at York House youth club or at St Mary’s School, or in one of the lost pubs, or on a tram to Wolverton! Photos etc kindly donated by local residents and ex-residents. Around 200 items, with some absolute gems – the trams, the old pubs and shops, the long-gone houses and cottages, Jubilee and other celebrations, soldiers marching to war, and a High Street with NO TRAFFIC (except a horse and cart)! This will be in the ground-floor Beechey Room, so please use rear entrance. Watch out for posters in the town, or visit www.york-house.org.uk or stonywords.org.uk/ or email mailto:email@example.com. FREE entry, but a little donation to York House’s community projects would be appreciated.
Free entry. 2.00pm - 5.00pm both days
York House Centre, London Road, Stony Stratford, Buckinghamshire MK11 1JQ
Saturday 21 Jan 2017 and Sunday 22 Jan 2017