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Author Ivor Brown memorial Lectures 27th of October 2018
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Ivor Brown memorial Lectures 27th of October 2018
Posted: 19/05/2018 18:05:09
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As may know Ivor had a major influence on on Uk Mining History, he was a major influence on the setting up of Blists Hill, Ironbridge, National Coal Mining Museum , Wakefield and St Aidens Opencast and Dragline (Oddball) to name but may of the projects he was involved ihere and rest of Europe. He was born in Madeley Shropshire and worked his way up through the ranks at Kemberton Pit. He achielved is his Doctorate and moved upto Yorkshire where he was responsible for Mineral Planning..

The Shropshire Caving and Mining Club and friends of Ironbridge Gorge Museums are please to announce the programme of lectures which hopefully reflects Ivors interests but also of the many societies to which he was a member ;

Life of Ivor Brown – Kelvin Lake; Ivor Brown and the Coalport Dodger – Neil Clarke; God and the Miners - David Poyner; SCMC/SMT – Andrew Wood; NAMHO - Nigel Dibben; Ivor Brown and the St Aidan's Opencast Site - Sam Wood; The Great Rock Sandwich - John Challen; South Gloucestershire Celestine Mining - David Hardwick; The Adventures of a Coal Mining Geologist - Rob Vernon; The Yorkshire Coalfield – Eddie Downes: The setting up of the National Coal Mining Museum - David Cross;

Booking forms available from myself
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Ivor Brown memorial Lectures 27th of October 2018
Posted: 25/05/2018 11:51:37
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Moorebooks wrote:

As may know Ivor had a major influence on on Uk Mining History, he was a major influence on the setting up of Blists Hill, Ironbridge, National Coal Mining Museum , Wakefield and St Aidens Opencast and Dragline (Oddball) to name but may of the projects he was involved ihere and rest of Europe. He was born in Madeley Shropshire and worked his way up through the ranks at Kemberton Pit. He achielved is his Doctorate and moved upto Yorkshire where he was responsible for Mineral Planning..

The Shropshire Caving and Mining Club and friends of Ironbridge Gorge Museums are please to announce the programme of lectures which hopefully reflects Ivors interests but also of the many societies to which he was a member ;

Life of Ivor Brown – Kelvin Lake; Ivor Brown and the Coalport Dodger – Neil Clarke; God and the Miners - David Poyner; SCMC/SMT – Andrew Wood; NAMHO - Nigel Dibben; Ivor Brown and the St Aidan's Opencast Site - Sam Wood; The Great Rock Sandwich - John Challen; South Gloucestershire Celestine Mining - David Hardwick; The Adventures of a Coal Mining Geologist - Rob Vernon; The Yorkshire Coalfield – Eddie Downes: The setting up of the National Coal Mining Museum - David Cross;

Booking forms available from myself


We are getting one or two more bookings the form is now available via the NAMHO.org website

mike
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