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Lichfield Waterworks Trust


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Lichfield Waterworks Trust

Date and Time

12 April 2018 - 14:00-16:00


Stafford, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - W.Mids:NW Mids of England local network.

About this event

For most of us, running a tap to pour clean drinking water is nothing special, it is part of the fabric of everyday life. But this has not always been the case. In the mid nineteenth century, a new and deadly disease struck the country, wiping out thousands of lives. There was no known cause and no known cure.

This is the story of clean drinking water and how an industrial building saved the lives of the people in the Black Country.


This is a daytime lecture that is due to start at 14:00 and is expected to finish at 16:00. Light refreshments may be available.

Continuing Professional Development

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Additional information

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Registration information

Unless stated, registration is not mandatory but it does help us to plan and manage the programme more effectively if the system is used. In addition we can send alerts of late changes to arrangements or event cancellation.


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