Posted: Thu 5th Mar 2020

Friends of Wrexham Museum: ‘The Corn is Green’ screening for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Mar 5th, 2020

Location: Wrexham Museum

Date / Time: Tuesday 17th March at 6:45pm.

Prices: £3.00 for visitors. Reimbursed on joining the membership

Details: ‘The Friends of Wrexham Museum’ will be having a film show with a film called ‘The Corn is Green’ hosted by Sandra Allen on Tuesday, 17th March at 6-45pm. This will be held in the education room of the Wrexham Museum in Regent Street.

The film features Bersham Colliery and Erddig throughout the film.

Those interested please contact 01978 297460 or email on

We also hold a raffle and have refreshments. Why not join us and become a member and enjoy a varied selection of talks throughout the year. It is a great place to make new friends with similar interests.

Give it a try for £3.00 for visitors, reimbursed on joining the membership

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