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WWII photo ATS Mansfield
Where is it and what did ATS do at this location?
The Murder of Mary Hallam 1841
The Murder of Mary Hallam 1841 Leaving St Peters Church and proceeding through the subway beneath the present day ring road ...
Baby Show, Mansfield Woodhouse 1909
A lovely old photograph, can anyone tell us more about it? Was the Baby Show part of a bigger event?
Mansfield Colliery Badminton Club
We will start 2017 with a trip down memory lane by recalling one of the social clubs associated with Mansfield Colliery. ...
The Game of Pitch and Toss in Mansfield.
The Brickyard Ring.
School Teacher with Green Fingers and Almonds at Christmas
Who Do You Think They Are?
While we know this photograph is taken in the grounds of the original Sherwood Hall, we do not know who ...
The Townsend Nursery
Forest Town & District U3A
1st Birthday Celebrations
This plate was found during a house clearance in Forest Town. It appears to be a 50 year celebration, and the ...
Sherwood Hall School for Boys.
Buildings and books.
Mansfield Art College 1969 / 70.
The post-sixth form students here were pursuing the one year Art Foundation Course with a view to moving on to ...
The Newt Pond in the Old Sand Quarry.
I doubt very much if there are many who remember the pond in the Quarry. The pond that was, when I ...
Mansfield Tyre Company
Looking at the cars Ford Anglia etc. the photograph may have been taken in the early 1960s. The site on ...
50 Finds From Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire
Objects From The Portable Antiquities Scheme
Brewing in Nottinghamshire
This book is priced £5 and available from Mansfield Museum
Sherwood Hall School for Boys
The Seeker Magazine
Chickerah Rag Magazine and Mansfield Carnival
Where you there?
Sherwood Hall Cottages
Who lived there?
Saville House School
Class Photo 1961
By Gerry Van Tonder
Sherwood Hall Technical Grammer School
Form 4A photo
Picnics And Fun In the Forest
Memories of Miriam Phyllis Newton nee Vamplew
Forest Town Cross Roads
High Oakham Girls’ School – My Memories
Hello, My Mother also attended this school and I can remember the choir recording and listening to the 2 records...
Duke Street, Mansfield
I was born in 1952 at 40 Duke St, the house of my grandparents Fred and Clarice Robinson. They moved...
Harlow Wood Orthopaedic Hospital
Hi my grandpa brought Chitty Chitty Bang Bang here and spent part of the day taking the children and staff...
Forest Town Bus Outing
Two ladies that I can identify in the photo are: Doris Derry (2nd from right hand side...middle row....Mother of Barbara...Headmistress...
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