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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Old Greyhound - circa 1900 The Old Greyhound circa 1900
Old Post Office, Main Street, Aslockton The Old Post Office, Main Street, Aslockton circa 1920.
Old Stables - Aslockton Circa 1930 Aerial photograph of the stables at Aslockton
Payling's Cottage circa 1900 Payling's Cottage, Main Street, Aslockton
Potter's shop (new) Main Street Aslockton Potter's shop after it was refurbished.
Potters Shop, Main Street, Aslockton - 1926 George Potter posing in the doorway of his Post Office and Shop...
River Smite, Whatton River Smite, Whatton - Whatton church in distance
School Lane, Whatton in the Vale Cottage on School Lane, Whatton in the Vale
Sommerfield's Cottage Sommerfield's Cottage was located behind the Gables Farm farmhouse in Dovecote Field.
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.
Stepping Stones, Aslockton Crossing An early picture of Aslockton Crossing
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 Lodge, Mill Lane, Aslockton Newly built The Lodge in Mill Lane, Aslockton.
The Mill House, Mill Lane, Aslockton Rear of Mill House on Mill Lane Aslockton
The Old Chapel Whatton The old chapel in Chapel Walk, off Burton Lane,Whatton In The Vale.
The Old Greyhound during 1922 floods The Old greyhound, flooded in 1922
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