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Victims of the Minnie Pit Disaster 1918

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A copy of the new book 'Victims of the Minnie Pit Disaster 1918' was presented by Audley & District Family History Society to Halmer End Methodist Church on Saturday 13th January 2018 at the Book Launch.

In our picture, from left to right, representatives of the Society Ian Bailey and Clive Millington are shown presenting a copy of the book to David Rowley Senior Steward at the Church.

All 200 copies of the book were sold out that afternoon and a re-print has been ordered. If you missed out and would like to order a copy please contact:

Mark Casewell, 23 Walton Way, Talke, Stoke-on-Trent, ST7 1UX.
Email: mark.casewell@btinternet.com.
The price is £10.20 including postage (£7.50 at society meetings.)
Further information is on the Audley & District Family History Society website.

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