Webb Corbett Reflections Day
Retired Head Master Glass maker Malcolm Andrews; Invites all past glassmakers to come and test those old glass making skills once again.
2. Celebrating100 Years of Glass Making History
Webb Corbett relocated to this site in 1913 after a fire at the Whitehouse Cone.
View our ever increasing collection of Photo’s and artefacts that reflect decades of craftsmanship.
To help us record these events we are asking the general public to bring in, artefacts, photos, and share your stories with us.
3. Rare Glassware collection
Come along and see rare items of glassware that were part of family collections of former Webb Corbett craftsmen that have never been seen.
Loaned by the families of
Percy Payton, Len Postins, Frederick Kny
4. Glass Worker Graffiti Wall
We are inviting former glassworker to take part in creating our own piece of Heritage by signing our Graffiti Wall.
5. Webb Corbett Tutbury
Tutbury Museum are sending volunteers along to record any information or stories relating past connections with the Stourbridge factory and their contribution to the Webb Corbett heritage story.
6. Amblecote History Society
Will be in attendance to record local stories from the past, scan photos and collect memorabilia.
7. Genealogy expert Ian Williams
Will be on hand to assist people who may wish to find out more information on past relatives who have worked in the industry.
8. Graham Fisher MBE
Will be available to share his vast knowledge of local Glassmaking and Canals heritage.
We are particular interested in capturing stories of children who have worked in both sectors decades ago.
9. Volunteer Recruitment
The Webb Corbett Visitor Centre are also looking for keen and enthusiastic volunteers,
To enable the centre to provide an enjoyable and enriched visitor experience
Mobile: 07811 143871