Tollerton (Notts) Village History Group Posts

3 September 2015 /

  Bridge on Tollerton Lane (near the new allotments now demolished)       Forge Cottage, formerly the Village Smithy when Miss Don lived there. Note the open section in…

3 September 2015 /

Our huge thanks go to Alan Woodcock for letting us use¬†these photos. Alan took many photos of different events throughout the years and these are just a few in his…

3 September 2015 / Photos

All photos courtesy of Alan Woodcock.

20 July 2015 /

One of the first school photographs taken outside North End Cottages circa1906

16 July 2015 / Airport

The walk started at the Parish Rooms (NG12 4EB). Methodist Church opposite was built in 1964.  As well as being a place of worship it will be familiar to many…

15 July 2015 / Uncategorised
15 July 2015 / Uncategorised

There has been different schools facilities throughout the years in Tollerton. See History¬†for a look at the education history of the village. We have information on the North End Cottages…

15 July 2015 / People

These photographs were owned by former Tollerton resident, Peggy Heason, and given to Alison May of Tollerton some years ago. Our thanks go to Alison for sharing them. The following…

15 July 2015 / People

These photographs were owned by former Tollerton resident, Peggy Heason, and given to Alison May of Tollerton some years ago. Our thanks go to Alison for sharing them.    …

29 June 2015 / People

Memories of Tollerton in the 1940s taken from the December 2005 newsletter I lived at Frankley Croft, Tollerton Lane, between 1938 and 1947, with my parents, John and Lily Connelly and…