Sunday 13 May 2018 at 2pm, the Lithgow Regional Branch of the National Trust (NSW) will present this talk as part of the Australian Heritage Festival at Bowenfels Presbyterian Church Hall, 12 Mudgee Street, Bowenfels (Lithgow)

‘In the nineteenth century Scots men and women helped to forge the character of the Lithgow district West of the Blue Mountains …bringing fellow Scots to live and work in the earliest enterprises and industries established there …Do you have an ancestor who was one of them? The National Trust Heritage Festival theme ‘Our Culture Our Story’ acknowledges the contribution of those who have enriched our heritage

In conjunction with LITHGLOW, on the week-end of 11/12/13 May 2018, Lithgow’s  celebration  of all things heritage in the city and surrounds, and the opening by floodlight of the updated access to Blast Furnace Park, Lithgow Regional Branch of the National Trust (NSW) presents: ‘The Scottish Heritage of Lithgow ‘The Scots of the Lithgow District in the 19th Century’ a lecture By Professor Ian Jack with  photographs & displays illustrating their story.’

Please see the flyer for more information.

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