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Nottingham

Contents:


South Parade and Poultry

Nottingham Introduction

Nottingham Word CloudNottingham – introduction to the city







Exceptional Nottingham

Exceptional Nottingham







Photographs of Nottingham

Photographs of Nottingham

Photographs of Nottingham






Robin Hood Statue

Robin Hood Statue

Nottingham’s Robin Hood statue







The Left Hand Lion looking a little melancholy; winter and stone probably isn’t a good combination

Nottingham's Stone Lions

Nottingham’s stone lions







Goose Fair

Goose Fair

Nottingham’s Goose Fair







Nottingham's Market Place (c1925) © Nottingham City Transport

Historical Dates

Events and dates in Nottingham’s history







Historical Photographs

Historical Photographs

Historical Photographs of Nottingham






Nottingham's Council House and Old Market Square

Nottingham Phrases

Nottingham/English – Phrases in idiomatic form







Nottingham Daily

Nottingham Daily

Nottingham Daily – Today’s latest local news for Nottingham






If you want to know more about Nottingham’s past there is further information in ‘Events and dates in Nottingham’s history’ and through these websites:

The Nottinghamshire Heritage Gateway

The Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire

Nottingham Local Studies Library



MumblingNerd’s Nottingham destination print

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2 Responses to Nottingham

  1. Great website. Do you happen to know where the main postal sorting office was in 1951? Also which Night schools would have taught shorthand and typing?

    • MumblingNerd says:

      Hello Corinne, I’m sorry, I don’t know. I moved to Nottingham in 1974, so I can only really comment on the 1970s. As far as I remember, the main sorting office then was on Huntingdon Street and there were quite a few Night School classes teaching shorthand and typing all over Nottingham. I learnt touch typing at Night School in Clarendon College in the 1970s for example, but there were many other options across the city by then. Roy.

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