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British Legion Memories
Events round the area
British Legion Parade at Forest Town
And the first Miners Welfare Building
Carr Bank Park, Mansfield
Autumn and Remembrance
Eric Lancashire 1922 - 2002
His Life Story
Ernest Crowder, 2nd Great Uncle
Survived Boer War to be Killed in France
Evacuated in WW2
Malta - Worthing -Forest Town
Evacuated to Mansfield Woodhouse
Forest Town Remembers
14th November 2010
Forest Town War Memorial
Special Renovation Service October 2017
German Plane Visits Mansfield
The credit for this page must go to my wife Iris for remembering that her Grandmother, took her to see ...
Harlow Wood Orthopaedic Hospital
High Oakham Central School
Letter to 'Old Boys'
High Oakham School
Remembering The Fallen in The Fight for World Peace.
Home Guard - Forest Town
King Edward & Rosemary Street Schools
Childhood Memories of Life in WW2
Major (QM) Mason GK MBE RE
Born in Mansfield 1902
Mansfield Coal Miner to Chelsea Pensioner
John (Jack) Higginbottom - This former miner from Mansfield (Crown Farm) Colliery certainly had an interesting life once he left the coal dust behind, a life that ended wearing the proud and colourful uniform of a Chelsea Pensioner.
Mayor and Mayoress 1939-40
Percy and Jennie Stafford
Memories of Queen Elizabeth Girls Grammar School
Memories of Queen Elizabeth Girls Grammar School I won a scholarship to the school in 1938. I travelled to Mansfield from ...
My Sister was a Land Army Girl.
Let us not forget this Army
Mystery Photo WW2
On the back of this photo which is believed to be taken outside the old Forest Town Welfare, it says, “I ...
This photograph is in the Mansfield Museum collection, sadly with no indication of who the soldier is or who deposited ...
PER ARDUA AD ASTRA
THROUGH DIFFICULTIES TO THE STARS
Sergeant Cecil Bridges.
VE Day - What does it mean?
World War I
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