ICI heritage event, Sunday 14 October 2018

A ‘Memories of ICI’ event was held in the High Grange Community Centre in Billingham on Sunday 14 October 2018 which was organised by Billingham North Ward councillors Chris Barlow and Lauriane Povey and supported by the Billingham Legacy Foundation . Together they had managed to loan some of the Teesside Archives collection relating to the three local ICI sites at Billingham, North Tees and Wilton and had on display bound copies of the various ICI in-house newspapers and magazines such as the ‘Billingham Post’ as well as a vast collection of photographs, training manuals and technical drawings. There were also several loaned items from retired company workers including both long service medals and watches.

Because of the success of this first event another one is taking place at the same venue on Sunday 10 March, 10am to 4pm with free tea, coffee and cake too – a must for any former ICI employee or anyone interested in local history. Highly recommended!
For more details contact Cllr Chris Barlow; chris.barlow@stockton.gov.uk

Photographs and details courtesy of David Thompson.

1 thought on “ICI heritage event, Sunday 14 October 2018

  1. Just a reminder that the second ICI heritage event takes place this Sunday, 10 March at the High Grange Community Centre on Casson Way in Billingham, 10am until 4pm and all are welcome to attend. If it helps the SatNav postcode is TS23 3TX.
    There is also a dedicated ‘Imperial Chemical Industries (Lives, Legacies & Videos) Facebook page which anyone can visit ; https://www.facebook.com/groups/185590928184604/.

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