Tollerton (Notts) Village History Group Posts

29 September 2015 / Airport
29 September 2015 / Airport

Excerpt taken from the Tollerton Village Newsletter of March 2002 although it is not clear if it relates to 2002 or sometime earlier. Situated three and a half miles south-east…

29 September 2015 / Airport

This excerpt was written by Miss Dodd in 1935 and reproduced a lot later in one of the Village Newsletters: The average pilot takes about eight hours of instruction, given…

29 September 2015 / People

Taken from the Tollerton Village Newsletter of November 2002 On October 4th, I was driving with Norma Lewis, the retired Director of Nottinghamshire Wild Life Trust. We were on Tollerton…

29 September 2015 /

Many people have written about Tollerton over the years and our aim here is to provide links to their sites so that you can read what they have written. Please…

3 September 2015 /

    Back of the Rectory

3 September 2015 /

Castellations being removed from St Hugh’s in 1977 The result of the storm damage in January 1976 on Chestnut Farm Church Centre The old bridge on Cotgrave Lane before it…

3 September 2015 /

Arial views of some of the village, click on the photos to see a bigger image

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┬áthese photos. Alan took many photos of different events throughout the years and these are just a few in his…