Newark-on-Trent

Page link: 'Wooden Houses'
'Wooden Houses'
A lost piece of Newark's history
Page link: 48 Mill Gate
48 Mill Gate
The background history of one of Newark's heritage buildings near the Trent Navigation riverside
Page link: Alderman William Harold Cubley 1816-1896
Alderman William Harold Cubley 1816-1896
Great artist who inspired others
Page link: An Early Church School in Newark
An Early Church School in Newark
The history of Guildhall Street School from its foundation to its closure
Page link: ARCHARD, Charles Josiah
ARCHARD, Charles Josiah
Author and Editor of 'The Newark Herald' newspaper
Page link: Bank Holiday Mayhem
Bank Holiday Mayhem
Newark Mods in Skegness
Page link: Bert Hall's Seaside Emporium
Bert Hall's Seaside Emporium
A Newarker makes good in Mablethorpe
Page link: Boy with a bat
Boy with a bat
Examination of a painting with local references, by Thomas Hudson
Page link: Bradley's Iron Foundry, Newark
Bradley's Iron Foundry, Newark
T & W Bradley at the Wellington Foundry, Northgate, Newark
Page link: CLATER, Francis [of Whatton, Newark & Retford] (1756 - 1823)
CLATER, Francis [of Whatton, Newark & Retford] (1756 - 1823)
Best-selling veterinary author of the 18th century. Renowned for his books on horse and cattle husbandry.
Page link: Curtain rises on Newark's first theatre
Curtain rises on Newark's first theatre
A look at venues around the town which have been used for 'theatricals' in the past
Page link: Fives at the Magnus
Fives at the Magnus
The game of Fives at the Magnus Grammar School, Newark
Page link: FRASER, Neil ('Jock')
FRASER, Neil ('Jock')
Well-remembered wanderer, travelling knife grinder and scissor sharpener
Page link: From the past To the present
From the past To the present
Pictures of Newark then and now
Page link: Grey Sanctuary:
Grey Sanctuary:
The Story of Newark Friary
Page link: Hatton House School, Newark
Hatton House School, Newark
Beacon Hill Road, Newark
Page link: Holidays at Home
Holidays at Home
Even in wartime life on the Home Front could be relieved by a well-earned break
Page link: JESSOP, William [1745 - 1814]
JESSOP, William [1745 - 1814]
Pioneer civil engineer.
Page link: Keeping it in the Family
Keeping it in the Family
A report on political patronage in nineteenth-century Newark
Page link: Marshall's Coaches of Sutton-on-Trent
Marshall's Coaches of Sutton-on-Trent
Public transport in Newark by bus and coach during the twentieth century
Page link: MORE about Bert Hall.....
MORE about Bert Hall.....
.... Town Crier of Newark, and Auctioneer in Mablethorpe
Page link: NALHS Plaque to Willie Hall
NALHS Plaque to Willie Hall
A dedication to a Newark-born footballer in a plaque erected at Lovers' Lane School
Page link: Newark
Newark
Glimpses through time
Page link: Newark Chess Club
Newark Chess Club
History and general information
Page link: Newark in the Second World War
Newark in the Second World War
By Robert Mallory
Page link: Newark Northgate Station
Newark Northgate Station
Newark Northgate
Page link: Newark's Post Office Savings Bank
Newark's Post Office Savings Bank
Thomas Wilkins - the very first depositor, 1861
Page link: Old Newark Hospital
Old Newark Hospital
Seventeenth Plaque is unveiled
Page link: Patronage in Newark of the Eighteenth Century
Patronage in Newark of the Eighteenth Century
Report on an address by Professor Stanley Chapman
Page link: Peter Brannan
Peter Brannan
The Art of Peter Brannan - An Archaeological dig
Page link: Peter Brannan 1926-1994
Peter Brannan 1926-1994
An artist too modest for fame
Page link: Policing in Newark
Policing in Newark
Some brief notes
Page link: RAF Newark
RAF Newark
(58 MU)
Page link: Saxon and Norman Newark
Saxon and Norman Newark
The evidence from observations and investigations by archaeologists
Page link: Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson
Sir William Newzam Prior Nicholson
Famous Artist from Newark
Page link: The Annals of Newark-upon-Trent
The Annals of Newark-upon-Trent
By Cornelius Brown
Page link: The Cafferata Firm of Newark
The Cafferata Firm of Newark
Development of a Newark quarrying and brick industry
Page link: The Cotton Mill at Newark
The Cotton Mill at Newark
(Generally known as Parnham's Mill)
Page link: The Holy Wells of Nottinghamshire
The Holy Wells of Nottinghamshire
An overview of dedication, distribution, history and folklore
Page link: The Telephone Exchange - Newark
The Telephone Exchange - Newark
Town experiences dawn of the first information age
Page link: The Trent Monster
The Trent Monster
Captured in Nottinghamshire's principal river over 70 years ago, mystery still surrounds this curious creature
Page link: The Wellington Iron Foundry, Newark
The Wellington Iron Foundry, Newark
The Midworth family, Art castings & the beginnings of Bradley's Foundry
Page link: The White House
The White House
Millgate, Newark
Page link: Timber-framed building structures: construction and technology
Timber-framed building structures: construction and technology
A report on a practical exhibition and presentation by Mr. Michael Flinton, in Newark Library
Page link: Tunnels Under Newark
Tunnels Under Newark
Do they really exist?
Page link: William Gladstone
William Gladstone
The 'Grand Old Man' of British politics
Page link: William John Caparn(e)
William John Caparn(e)
Artist & Horticulturist
Page link: Yards of Newark
Yards of Newark
How the Victorians provided homes for a rapidly-expanding industrial population
Category link: A New Museum for Newark
A New Museum for Newark
The Old Magnus Buildings and a National English Civil War museum
Category link: Newark Holiday Fortnight 1954
Newark Holiday Fortnight 1954
A look back at how the people of one Nottinghamshire town celebrated their holiday fortnight over fifty years ago
Category link: SHOPS & SHOPPING
SHOPS & SHOPPING
around Newark in days gone by
Category link: Together For Newark
Together For Newark
Education Resources in Local History for Newark Schools