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513 - Local History Group Programme of Events

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Woodborough Local History Group

2016 programme

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Woodborough’s Heritage

Woodborough, an ancient Sherwood Forest Village recorded in Domesday


Welcome to Woodborough’s Heritage

Re-launched on 27th February 2016, this site has a fresh look with many topics having been re-organised within a new MENU BAR. The above banner photograph was taken from Governors’ Field in December 2015, it shows from left to right - the Four Bells Inn, Roe Hill, the Methodist Church, the Old Post Office, the Millennium Beacon and St Swithun’s Church.

UPDATE: We are pleased to inform that St Swithun’s PCC has made space in church for a Churchyard burial plan. This plan was provided by Notts County Council as part of a headstone survey carried out by them on our behalf. It can be found on the south interior wall of the tower vestry (beyond the vestry curtain on the left). The plan is also available on our website, use this direct link: Churchyard Appendix

May 26th 2016 at 8.46am it was the 50th anniversary exactly of two jet Provosts planes colliding over Woodborough

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Woodborough Local History Group

Our next meeting will be -


20th October 2016

“Grace’s Diary 1884-1893”

Speaker Rowena Edlin-White


Monthly meetings at the Institute

Refreshments are served

Visitors and new members

always welcome!!

The Institute now has the Loop

system suitable for most types of

hearing aids that have a ‘T’ setting