Cranmer Local History Group
Researching the history of Aslockton, Scarrington and Whatton-in-the-Vale - Established 2001
 
 
 
 

 

Images from the Cranmer Local History Group


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St. John of Beverly, Church Street, Whatton-in-the-Vale c.1900 The Parish Church of Whatton-in-the-Vale circa 1900.
St. Thomas Church, Main Street Aslockton. circa 1900 The Aslockton Parish Church of St. Thomas, Main Street, Aslockton. This photograph was taken in about 1900.
The Bakery, Main Street, Aslockton This photograph was taken in 1978 when the building was called the bakery...
The Cranmer Bust This 'bust' was displayed in the Cranmer Arms, Main Street, Aslockton.
The Griffins Head The Chesterfield Arms was renamed the Griffins Head in 1841 by Thomas Dickinson Hall, the Griffins Head was leased by the Nottingham Brewery Company
The Hall Family - 1880 The Hall Family standing by the entrance to Whatton Manor in 1880.
The Old Greyhound during 1922 floods The Old greyhound, flooded in 1922
Wedding Party, New Room, Main Street, Aslockton - circa 1920 This wedding party were celebrating in the New Room, Main Street, Aslockton in circa 1920.
Whatton and Aslockton Cricket Club - 1954 This is a photograph of members of the Whatton and Aslockton Cricket Club in 1954.
Whatton Manor - 1880 External view of Whatton Manor, built by Thomas Dickinson Hall in 1840/1841. This photograph was taken in 1880.
Whatton Manor - 1880 - The approach This photograph was taken in 1880 and show the approach to the front of the property.
Whatton Manor - External View 1880 External view of Whatton Manor, built by Thomas Dickinson Hall in 1840/1841. This photograph was taken in 1880.
Whatton School Photograph 1950 This school photograph was taken in 1950, our thanks to John Guyler for making it available to us.
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