Category Archives: Nottinghamshire History News and Events

Secret Beeston

New Book Available From August 2017 Secret Beeston by Frank E Earp and Joseph Earp “The Nottinghamshire town of Beeston as we know it today began life as an Anglo-Saxon settlement close to the banks of the River Trent. By the late … Continue reading

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Highfields Lido and Lakeside Arts Project

Did you use Highfields Park Lido? Did you use it in the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s or in its final season in 1980? As part of an anniversary project Nottingham Lakeside Arts, part of the University of Nottingham, is … Continue reading

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Victorian & Edwardian Nottingham Through Time

New Book Available From February 2017 Victorian & Edwardian Nottingham Through Time by Joseph Earp In 1897, Nottingham was granted a city charter to coincide with the celebrations accompanying Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. By then Nottingham already had a history going back to … Continue reading

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Secret Nottingham

New Book Available From May 2016 Secret Nottingham  by Frank E Earp and Joseph Earp “Every corner of Nottingham is rich in history and if the streets could talk they might tell of the people and events they have witnessed. Many ancient … Continue reading

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An Overview of the Three Stones Project

by Frank E Earp The Three Stones Project: Tuesday 27th October 2015  saw me up and about early and, metaphorically speaking, wearing one of my many different hats, the Director of The Three Stones Project (TSP). The TSP, which is entirely … Continue reading

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Hemlock Stone Scanned by Drone

New ‘UAV Scan’ of the Hemlock Stone and International Cooperation: Preliminary results of the 3D laser scans of the Hemlock Stone at Stapleford have now been made public. The scans, using TLS, were conducted last year on behalf of the … Continue reading

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First Look at The Hemlock Stone Scans

                              The origin of the Hemlock Stone in Stapleford has puzzled historians and geologists for centuries but for the first time, a 3D laser scan of … Continue reading

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