Webteam: January 2020
Halmer End Methodist Church will be commemorating the loss of 156 lives in the Minnie Pit Disaster of the 12th January 1918 during the weekend of 11th and 12th January 2020.
On Saturday 11th January there will be an illustrated talk at 3.00 pm which will be followed at 4.00 pm by a Public Meeting about the Minnie Pit Heritage with an update on the work done so far, an outline of future plans and an invitation to the public to take part in those future plans.
On Sunday 12th January there will be a Commemorative Service at 3.00 pm led by Rev. John Taylor
All are welcome to share in the 2020 Commemorations and to contribute to future plans for the Minnie Pit Heritage.
See the poster for more details.
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