Category Archives: Bramcote

Nottinghamshire Hauntings

by Frank E Earp It is said that there are more legends and stories of ghosts per square mile in Britain than any other place in the world. How can we explain this remarkable fact? Perhaps one of the overriding … Continue reading

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Bramcote: 8th August 1897

The picture of Town Street, the road through to Derby was at the cross roads a little way down. Being the main road through Bramcote it had shops, a School and the Inn called the White Lion. The photograph above … Continue reading

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The Sunken Church of Bramcote

by Joe Earp Many visitors and even residents of Bramcote are curious to know the history of the old sunken church standing in a dominating position at the top of Town Street in a crowded churchyard. All that remains of … Continue reading

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