CROY Historical Society has organised an exhibition in the Miners Welfare this month.
From September 10-16, visitors to the centre will be able to view a large number of artifacts detailing local history and listen to a series of talks by experts.
The exhibition is open from 12 noon-6pm Saturday and Sunday and 12 noon-8pm on other days.
Exhibits will include a large number of old photographs and documents, a mock-up of a typical 19th-century worker’s lodgings, various pieces of memorabilia, paintings and writings by the people of Croy and much more. The programme of talks is as follows
Monday 12 - Patricia Weeks on the Antonine Wall; Tuesday 13 - Jim Hutchison on local churches; Wednesday 14 - Tom Dowds on the radical uprising of 1820.
Thursday 15 - Jim Clark on Croy Heritage Project and Friday 16 - Seamus Coleman on life around Croy Station.
All evening talks will commence at 7pm in the main exhibition hall.
For further information call 01236 823252.