A LARGE selection of second-hand books will be for sale as part of a Rowley Regis’ heritage centre’s final opening of the year.

The Christian Heritage Centre, based at Providence Chapel, in Bell End, will be open to visitors for the last time in 2017 from 2pm to 5pm on Saturday, December 2.

During the event second-hand books will be for sale, as well as giving an opportunity for people to look around the heritage exhibition, including the recently acquired 3D model of Rowley and the district.

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Creator Melvyn Jackson with the historic model of how Rowley Regis and the surrounding area would have looked in the 1880s.

Coffee, tea and mince pies will also be available.