Friends of Woodthorpe Grange Park 2018
Agendas and Minutes of Meetings
Contacts and Other Information
Items of Local Historical and Topical Interest
King George V and Queen Mary visit Woodthorpe Grange Park on Tuesday 10 July, 1928.
King George V and Queen Mary officially open the Trent Building, University College, Nottingham, Highfields Park, Tuesday 10 July, 1928.
Program of events held in Nottingham to Celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Coronation on 2nd June, 1953 .
Order of Service for the Eighth Annual Service of Remembrance at the Mapperley War Memorial, Woodborough Road, Sunday July 6, 1930.
Henry Ashwell (1828-1909) of Woodthorpe Grange.
Covid-19: Selected photographs of the deserted streets of Nottingham
Nottingham Suburban Railway, Sherwood Station.
1933 – 1945 The Road to War and Peace, a timeline of events that chart activities that took place before and after the Second World War.
1921: Woodthorpe Grange is purchased by the Nottingham Corporation.
By Paul R. Swift, “An Accidental Environmentalist,” A short story of how I became involved in litter picking and caring for the environment on Woodthorpe Grange Park
Enclosure, Improvement and the Rise of `New Nottingham' 1845-67 by Prof. John Beckett and Ken Brand.
To read about Nottingham’s Green Open Spaces during World War 2, click on the attached illustration.
To download a self guided walk around Woodthorpe Park, click on the attached illustration.
Sherwood Historical Timeline
History of St. Martin’s Church, Sherwood, Nottingham