Harrisons Club and the Great War

Posted: April 17, 2020 in General War, Pubs and Clubs, Social History, WWI


Harrisons Club in Great Wyrley was opened in 1909, as an institute for the miners from his pit and local people. Within a few years its committee and membership faced the problems of the Great War and the government war on alcohol. This article precedes that on the war memorials in the Club and briefly examines the problems such a social club faced… https://wyrleyblog.wordpress.com/wyrley-landywood/the-harrisons-club-great-wyrley-war-memorial-history/harrisons-club-and-the-great-war/

Comments
  1. Flanders Field says:

    Yet another well written and well presented piece Sir and not overloaded with detail.
    But Mild up to 7d a pint, scandalous!

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