Worksop Life

Since 2011, the Society's Publicity Officer, David Cook, has been creating articles for Worksop Life magazine to promote north Nottinghamshire's long and proud history.

2011
Chesterfield Canal (August) a brief history of this man made wonder
The Dukeries (September) the Ducal houses of the area
Romans (October) What did the invaders from europe get up to?
Castles (November) history and location of our Norman military heritage
Raising Reverence (December) (history of Carlton-in Lindrick, Littleborough and Blyth Church buildings)


2012
Historical Snow data (January)
RAF Worksop (February)
Coal Mining (March)
Rivers and Flooding (April)
RAF 255 Sqn Defiant vs KG.53 HE-111 (May)
Royal Visits (June)
Bassetlaws Railways (July)
Trees (August)
WW2 in Bassetlaw (September)
King Edwin 617-633AD (October)
Neolithic (November)
16th Century upheval (December)

2013
Drought and the Sun (January)
Toll Roads
Wind
Death in the Dukeries
Monastries
Clarborough Tunnel
Worksop & Retford Brewery
Saxon Worksop
Horse Racing
All Hallows Horror
Pilgrim Fathers
Druce

2014          
The Roman Road from Littleborough to Bawtry
Education
Oil Exploration in Bassetlaw
Bubonic plague
East Midland Motor Services

Carlton Cycles
Eastern association (English Civil War)
Lead mining and export
Entertainment
Joseph Garside
Community Archaeology (Rufford)
Hodsock Priory

2015

1876 Worksop Election Riots
Murders

Thunderstorms
Holidays
The Early Days of the Railway around Worksop
Maltsters
Commumity Archaeology (rufford and St. Johns Palace)
Worksop and Nottinghams Spitfires
Happy Halloween
Womens  Suffrage
The A57 by-pass

2016   
Worksops Incorporation
Worksop Electricity
Mighty Oaks of bassetlaw

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