Category Archives: Chilwell

The Cadland

By Joseph Earp The Cadland in Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, is believed to be the only pub in the UK bearing that name. What we know of the Cadland has probably been a public house since the late 18th century-possibly earlier- but … Continue reading

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Christ Church in Chilwell: A Centenary Celebration

by Joe Earp July 3rd 2015 marked the Centenary of when Christ Church (Chilwell’s Parish Church), was consecrated. In the Doomesday Book (1086) Chilwell is listed as a separate village, and by the early nineteenth century had a population of … Continue reading

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Chilwell: An Early Garden Suburb

by Joe Earp Chilwell is very much part of the Nottingham tram route.The line from Beeston goes down Chilwell Road and by Nottingham College. After the College stop the line turns right (Northwest) on to a reserved route, following the … Continue reading

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