BCHF News Valley Voices journeys to historic Clayburn

Valley Voices journeys to historic Clayburn

Clayburn Village Store

Valley Voices journeys this month to historic Clayburn, B.C.’s first company town, built in 1905.

Bricks baked from clay that was mined at nearby Sumas Mountain were shipped around the world. The Clayburn Village Community Society is keeping the story alive at its museum, housed in the basement of the old school house.

Also, listen to an excerpt from Langley Heritage Society’s Wheels of Time — a short play presented by Creative Compass Society at the 1915 CNR Station in Fort Langley. Join host Mark Forsythe, Wednesdays at 11 a.m. on CIVL Radio 101.7 at the University of the Fraser Valley, or listen here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1p20zGdY2Ee-vL10S0Mard0YiZZjlI32s/view?usp=sharing

The cast of Wheels of Time
The cast of Wheels of Time
Wheels of Time performed at the CNR Station at Fort Langley