Cranmer Local History Group
Researching the history of Aslockton, Scarrington and Whatton-in-the-Vale - Established 2001
 
 
 A few Articles
HISTORY OF ASLOCKTON - IRON-AGE AND ROMANO BRITISH SETTLEMENT
HISTORY OF ASLOCKTON - THE NEW ROOMS
Whatton - 1792
HISTORY OF WHATTON - THE NORMAN HERITAGE
HISTORY OF WHATTON - EARLY SETTLEMENT
more Articles...

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Five Articles about the History of Whatton and Aslockton
Gregg Redford Monday 16th September 2019
 
Five articles have been added three concern the history of Whatton and two of Aslockton

Two are brief summaries - The History of Whatton - Early Settlement and the History of Whatton - The Norman Heritage. The third is a a transcript of the Whatton entry in the Gentleman's Magazine of 1792 and provides a fairly comprehensive description of the Church before it was 'renovated' by Thomas Dickinson Hall in the later 1800s.

The fourth article concerns the opening of the New Rooms in Aslockton in 1914.

The fifth and final article is this group is a transcript of the Interim report about the archeaolgy found on Mill Lane, Aslockton in 1993.

All the articles are available in the Articles section of this website.

  Whatton
Whatton and Aslockton Cricket Club - 1954 - Approximate Year: 1954

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