Angel Row History Forum

Black History - Local Studies Library, 1st Floor Central Library, Angel Row, Nottingham NG1 6HP on Tuesday 1st November 2016 between 10:00 and 12:00. Catherine Ross, the Founder and Director of SKN Heritage Museum, will speak about the Caribbean contribution to life in Nottingham and the UK. SKN’s exhibitions and events celebrate the lives and experiences of ordinary […]
The Nottingham Green Spaces Project - Tuesday 2nd August 2016 from 10:00 to 12:00 in the Angel Row Local Studies Library, 1st Floor Central Library Nottingham members of the Nottingham Green Spaces project team will talk about their Exhibition in the Local Studies Library (3-30 August) and show a series of short films based on the collaborative research project “The Social […]
INSPIRE and Nottinghamshire Archives - On Tuesday 10th May 2016 in Nottingham Local Studies Library, Angel Row Nottingham starting at 10:00am and finishing at 12:00 an opportunity to hear about INSPIRE and Nottinghamshire Archives. Mo Cooper will also talk about HEARING DEAF VOICES a celebration of deaf culture and heritage Plus an opportunity to own your own red double-decker bus.
Dams to Trams - Between 10:00 and 12:00 on Tuesday 9th February 2016 at Nottingham Local Studies Library (in the Central Library, Angel Row, Nottingham) Gareth Davies of Trent and Peak Archaeology will give an illustrated talk on recent archaeological excavations.
The Restoration of Hucknall Parish Church, 10:00 am to 12:00, 8th December 2015 - At the Local Studies Library, Angel Row Adrian Sissons will talk about the present restoration of Hucknall Parish Church and demonstrate a fascinating new way of exhibiting and telling the story of the church. Admission is FREE..
Angel Row Historyfest, 11am to 3.00pm Saturday 10th October 2015 - Angel Row Historyfest success From across the conurbation they came In May 2012, Nottinghamshire Local History Association’s Angel Row Forum began a revival of sorts with a history fair in Nottingham Central Library with the support of Nottingham Local Studies Library. Both NLHA and the Library were pioneering partners back in the 1980s when a […]
A Masterclass in Local History, 10am to 12.30pm Tuesday 02 June 2015 - Steve Zaleski and Peter Foster will present ‘A Masterclass in Local History’, with two of Nottingham’s premier practitioners telling us about how they became interested in local history and chose to adopt their different approaches, and how they came to join forces. Peter is working on a WWII Nottingham history and Steve will tell us […]
A History Miscellany, 10am to 12.30pm Tuesday 10 February 2015 - Come and find out more about Nottingham’s local history scene in the City’s Local Studies Library at Angel Row. News of local history projects and the chance to handle copies of a large-scale 1914 map of the city. Anyone can come along to the Forum and share news about their own research or project. A […]
Rediscovering Nottingham’s Garden City Heritage, 10.00am – 12.30 pm Thursday 11 December 2014 - Chris Matthews, a leading Nottingham local historian and co-author of Towns in Britain will be talking about the local history and the public engagement work he has been doing in collaboration with TravelRight in north Nottingham, namely Aspley, Bilborough, Bulwell, Beechdale, Broxtowe, Strelley, Cinderhill and Bestwood. He will talk about the making of TravelRight’s local […]
The Nottinghamshire History Website, Angel Row Local Studies Library, 10am–12.15pm Tuesday 02 September 2014 - The website is the work of Andy Nicholson and aims to make a wide range of material on the history and archaeology of Nottinghamshire accessible to genealogists, local historians and casual internet users with an interest the history of our county. Andy will talk about the inspiration behind the work; the development and content of […]

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