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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
Mystery from a Court Case
Notts. Guardian 1860
From my photo collection
My Father was a Joiner at Mansfield Colliery and my mother was involved with the Mansfield Colliery Ladies Section, she ...
Our area in Mansfield.
The pictures above are Post Cards depicting how very different our Mansfield was , probably at the end of the ...
Police Training Centre
The End of the War.
Pleasley in Pictures
Pleasley in Pictures by Ralph Stone Perhaps not every picture tells a story, but one picture can convey a scene better ...
Rufford Park Poachers
A true story told by Sam Millard
Chelsea Pensioner Visits Forest Town School
Grandad Lewis Mellors on July 1st 1916
At The Somme
Unusual Name on Gravestone
St. Alban's Churchyard, Forest Town
Brunts GS 1959-66
Joan & Willis Harris
Mansfield Hosiery Mills and Co-Op Dairy
What can it be?
A Palace For Our Kings - The history and archaeology of a Mediaeval royal palace in the heart of Sherwood Forest
New book and talk by James Wright
“Hallam’s Grave”. (by David Clay). “Hallam’s Grave” is located on what is now Severn Trent Water Board land on Old Mill ...
Abbey Primary School
Tree Planting at the new school
Sherwood Hall Girls School
Speech Day 1962
Saville House School
Researching the history
Carter Lane Infants School
George Thomas Clarke
Queen Elizabeths Boys School
David Taylor was my English Teacher from 1982 to 1984. He was the most motivational teacher that ever taught me....
Memories of the Saturday Market Pea Stall Part 2
I'm related to the Peatmans/Hazards. J W H Peatman is my Great Grandad and Winifred and Mark Hazard are my...
I was there at the same time, although left to join the Army in October 72, I worked with Jim...
St Chad’s Pleasley Vale
A very beautiful little church. Very ornate inside. Did you know that the church was originally built the other side...
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