The 300 year History of Webster & Horsfall
Visit two Museum Rooms displaying the 300 year history of Webster & Horsfall, and its associated companies. View documents and historical artefacts. Access to St Cyprian’s Church and School Room built by James Horsfall 150 years ago.
Information and exhibits illustrating the manufacture and laying of the first successful Trans Atlantic Telegraph Cable in 1866. Exhibition of the wide and diverse range of products made from steel wire, from valve springs to paper clips. Designs and artwork relating to the inventions of Locked Coil Winding Ropes for Mines and Aerial Cable Ways. Information and documents relating to Hay Mills and its Community. Family portraits and photographs.
How to get there:
Turning off Heybarnes Circus to St Cyprian’s Church.
Organised by Hay Mills Foundation Trust
Date & Time
Wed 13 Sept | 10.30am-12.30pm & 2pm-4pm
Thurs 14 Sept | 10.30am-12.30pm & 2pm-4pm
LocationWebster and Horsfall, Fordrough Hay Mills, Yardley, B25 8DL
Booking required by email
AccessThe museum is on the first floor accessed by staircase only