Goal for Darlaston FC against Willenhall Town FC

Goal for Darlaston FC against Willenhall Town FC

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Bandstand, Willenhall Memorial Park, c1922

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Legalite Casino Club (formerly the Dale Cinema), Willenhall, 1969 (Alan Price)

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Carnival float, Willenhall Memorial Park, 1930s

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Willenhall Market, 1969 (Alan Price)

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Sporting Khalsa 11 Willenhall 0

Khalsa wallop Willenhall to move closer to West Midlands League title

Josiah Parkes lock factory, Willenhall, 1922

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Original St Giles' Church, Willenhall, c1865

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Grant of Coat of Arms to Willenhall, 1935

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

Market Place and Dr Tonks' Memorial Clock, Willenhall, c1904

By Stuart Williams Senior Archives/Conservation Assistant Willenhall (then known as Willenhalch, Anglo-Saxon for 'the meadowland of Willan') was first mentioned in the eighth century, when King Eth.

High Green - the market place until 1853, the forty foot gas light pillar commemorated the lighting of the town by gas in 1821, one year prior to this drawing. It was removed in 1840.

History of Wolverhampton

https://flic.kr/p/7kfbjm | Workshop at The Locksmith’s House Museum, Willenhall | The Locksmith’s House Museum at Willenhall is part of the Black Country Living Museum. Visitors have a chance to experience how a typical lock-making family from this town would have lived and worked.  The house and workshops are open to groups by appointment, and Victorian and World War Two themed days are available for schools.

https://flic.kr/p/7kfbjm | Workshop at The Locksmith’s House Museum, Willenhall | The Locksmith’s House Museum at Willenhall is part of the Black Country Living Museum. Visitors have a chance to experience how a typical lock-making family from this town would have lived and worked. The house and workshops are open to groups by appointment, and Victorian and World War Two themed days are available for schools.

not the upmarket place we'd love to brag about but its my home town Willenhall in West Midlands, West Midlands

not the upmarket place we'd love to brag about but its my home town Willenhall in West Midlands, West Midlands

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