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The Co-op at Forest Town
Then and Now
Mansfield General Hospital
The Midland Hotel, Mansfield
Mansfield Victoria Cycling Club
Photos from Geoff Simpson
Cattle Sale at Sherwood Hall
Married at St Lawrences Church, 60 years ago
My wife Iris and I, both come from Mansfield. I was born on Bradder Street, in 1933, and my wife ...
Women at Clipstone Camp
Pleasley Gala & Centenary
Does anyone recognise this colliery? It is among the museums Chad Negatives Collection but is not identified.
A Younger Version of Nag Horsley
Tales From The Vale
A History of Pleasley Vale
A Railway Enthusiast
Warsop - Norfolk
A street that was as important as it's name.
Pit Talk East Midlands
The British Academy funded ‘Pit Talk East Midlands’ project, headed by Natalie Braber at Nottingham Trent University, is looking to ...
At the end of Moor Lane, at the junction with Sutton Road, is my old school, or schools, as the ...
The Empire Cinema
My family history starts on Bradder Street whereby my grandfather, William Leedale may have helped Mr Bradder in the building ...
Unusual Visitors at Harlow Wood Hospital
Who are they?
CHADS Club for Boys and Girls
Were you a member?
WW2 Duties of a Fire Guard
Demolition Newcastle Street
Mansfield Woodhouse June 1973
Mansfield Miners and The Colours
A mention of the Lusitania
The Quakers In Mansfield
Heritage Trail and Memorial Plaque Project
WW1 - Clipstone Camp 1915 - 2015
When the Soldiers came and what they left behind
Doctor Norman Lancelot Tweedie
Hallo Giles. My father, Dr Desmond Tweedie worked with his uncle Dr Lance Tweedie after completing his medical degree at...
Clumber Street 1939
Very interesting article and comments! I lived in Sutton, but attended QEGS (now Queen Elizabeth's Academy) in the 1960's. I...
The Newt Pond in the Old Sand Quarry.
Straight along from the bridge led you along a stone chippings path to Gregory’s Quarry and huts, into the working...
I've just been talking to Alf Ball this morning (3.12.18) about his time with Mansfield Vics during the war years...
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