Attenborough - An Introduction

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Some descriptions of the village from early county histories and guide books

"Attenborough [is] a small and scattered village, containing only about thirty habitations, the best of which are nothing more than cottages....."

From Anon. The Nottingham & Derby Railway Companion (Nottingham: R. Allen, 1839) p.18


"Attenborough is now but a little village consisting of some cottages and a few modern residences"

From GUILFORD, Everard L Nottinghamshire (London: Methuen, 1910) p.50


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