A member’s ‘away night’ took advantage of a visit to a local amenity on their doorstep – a visit to Greenfield Valley
The Greenfield Valley Museum opened in 1982 and developed around the agricultural buildings of the original Abbey Farm, which was a working farm until 1979. Buildings rescued from elsewhere in Flintshire were moved here to form an open air museum which included historic farmhouses and a Victorian school house.
The majority of the collections span a date range between 1850 and 1950 covering a variety of themes including agriculture, social history and the industrial history of the local area.
President Dave Roberts (a local lad) expressed thanks of the members to staff at the centre for the excellence of the ‘all to brief’ tour