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This photograph is in the Mansfield Museum collection, sadly with no indication of who the soldier is or who deposited ...
Mansfield, Sutton and the world Press
Mansfield, Sutton-in-Ashfield and the World Press At its industrial peak, and in relationship to its size and population, Mansfield and Sutton-in-Ashfield ...
Memories of Elsie Browns Folk House Brownies.
One for the ladies, The Westfield Folk House Brownies in the early fifties. Does this jog any memories for you. Are ...
Queensway Park, Forest Town
This park at Forest Town was originally established as a children’s recreation ground around 1930/31. It became known as Queensway ...
Ethel Wainwright School 1957 - 1964
Our thanks go to Linda Shutt, Charles Hickling, and Diana Talbot for these four class photos of Ethel Wainwright School. ...
Forest Town Methodist Church - Photographs
Below are some photographs that have just been added to my Forest Town History collection. Picture 1 is dated August ...
QUEGS 1963 -70
I was at QEGGS 1963 – 70. I think these girls are, from the left back Wanda Kaszimierczuk, ?, Elizabeth ...
Newfoundland, Canada, Victorian wall letter box.
For the letter box section, I am interested in this Victorian example. It stands in the fishing village of Trinity, ...
Glenys Marsh's School Days.
This photo is from Glenys Marsh, It is Farmilo Primary School Pleasley in 1951/52. I have been a lifelong friend ...
Ethel Wainwright - some less well-known facts.
Julian Smith's St Philips R C Junior school
I am Julian smith and this is my class at St Philips neri’s R.C. school in Mansfield in approximately 1967. ...
Memories of St. Philips approx 1967
This is my class at St Philips neri’s R.C. school in Mansfield in approximately 1967. Does anyone remember me or ...
James Read and Mabel Osborne
My grandfather James Read was a member of the Northumberland Fusiliers in World War I. He was born in Byker, ...
George and Joseph Hopewell
I hope you’ll find this article and the attached photo of George Hopewell interesting. Prior to World War II, George ...
HARLOW WOOD ORTHOPEADIC HOSPITAL REUNION
Did you work at Harlow Wood? Were you a patient there? or maybe even a visitor if so you may ...
Clipstone Views from the Pit Headstocks
These photographs were taken by Donald Hickling in 1952 when he worked on Clipstone headstocks. Note the open spaces, the ...
MY LADYBROOK AS I KNEW IT
Although I was born in Tissington in Derbyshire I have lived in Mansfield from the age of 18 months. My ...
Two photos from the Mansfield and district works darts league in the seventies and eighties of two separate years presentation ...
The Charabanc - 1920
This was the first bus to run into Blidworth. The idea came from Mr Hodgkiss, who as most people will ...
Corporal Clarke's Country Cures
This is a collection of cures from over 200 years ago. We strongly recommend that you do not try them!!!
The Sherwood Singers
Does anyone recall the Sherwood Singers and any concerts they gave? I believe they were connected to Forest Town can someone ...
Photos of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at Harlow Wood.
This is when my grandpa, Jeff Clifton, brought Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to Harlow Wood Hospital in 1969. Thought you ...
New Co-operative Food Hall /store in the 70's
New building for the Co-op Food Hall on Station Street across from then the Mansfield Police Station. This building were ...
Palace Theatre Programme
This is a programme for a production at the Palace Theatre in 1950 that I recently found in some old ...
Currently delving through the archives of the Sherwood Foresters & related regiments - to use a phrase from the distant...
Miners Parade & Gala 1966
My dad had an accident in Bentinck pit in 1963, and I remember as a little girl attending the gala...
Public House Then & Now
Hi Phil, Paul Roxy moved to Australia . Had a word with a bouncer who worked on the doors back...
Oak Tree Lane Estate 1980s
Oak Tree sports shop, I would pick my dart flights up from there so I could play in the Cuckoo...
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