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Focus on Frederick Street with Carl Chinn FREE


Join Professor Carl Chinn as he explores the history and significance of Frederick Street in the Jewellery Quarter.

The talk will cover highlights such as the Chamberlain Clock, the world-famous pen trade represented at the fantastic Pen Museum, significant companies based on Frederick Street such as Thomas Fattorini Ltd and the streets connection to Rip Van Winkle author Washington Irving. Carl will also explore the lives of local residents such as Kathleen Dayus who experienced kinship, community and hardship during their time living and working in the local area.

The workshop room is accessible by stairs and may be unsuitable for those who use a wheelchair or have difficulty climbing stairs.

Part of Spotlight on Frederick Street, a week of events and activities running from 27th January - 2nd February in the Jewellery Quarter

Tuesday 28 3.00PMJanuary


1000 Trades

16 Frederick Street, The Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

B1 3HE Birmingham GB

0121 233 2693

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