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Four Forgotten Nottinghamshire Writers explored, West Bridgford Library

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May Tour of St Anns Allotments

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Murder: Mystery and Misfortune, Peter Hammond, Keyworth and District LHS

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Remembering the 1968 Revolts, Peoples Histreh

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Exploring Ancestry.com, Beeston Library

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Afternoon Tour of the Forest, Chris Weir, Lambley HS

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Georgian Nottingham: Gardens, Gossip & The Luddites!, Chris Weir

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Horsley Woodhouse Heritage Walk, Alan Bannister, Heanor and District LHS

Gone but not forgotten, Bob Massey, Basford Library

Treasures in the Attic, Brian Howes, Stapleford and District LHS

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Family and Local History Surgery, Beeston Library

Heritage Walks 2018: Carrington Street, Nottingham Civic Society

The Duchess of Portland and the British Museum, Lily Ann Dawes, Farnsfield LHS

History of Traditional British Food, Craig French, Bilborough Local History Group

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Heritage Walk: Burton Joyce, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Heritage Walk: Moor Pond Woods. Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Heritage Walk: Burton Joyce, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Accidents: Murder and the Ordinary, Bob Massey, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

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Maidens: Murderers and Monsters, Ann Featherstone, Bramcote History Group

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The top ten scandals of Sherwood Forest, Adrian Gray, Mansfield Library

Death and Remembrance in the Wolds 1400-1800, Professor Elizabeth and Dr Martin Tingle, WHO

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Exploring family records in Attenborough parish, Gill Morral, Beeston Library

Treasures, Crusades and Witch-prevention, Worksop Library

Heritage Walks 2018: Fothergill Part 1, Nottingham Civic Society

How Benjamin Hall turned Bones into Cash, David Dunford, NFHS

The Chilwell Explosion, John Beckett, Beeston & District LHS

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Gone but not Forgotten, Bob Massey, Sherwood Library

Netherfield Lagoons, Peter Smith, Woodborough LHG

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Heritage Walks 2018: Fothergill Part 2, Nottingham Civic Society

Fifth Annual Nottinghamshire Local History & Archaeology Festival

The Carrington Street Heritage Project, Greg Pickup, Friends of Nottingham Museums

The Annual W. G. Hoskins Lecture 2018, Wharram Percy and its Landscape Contexts

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Heritage Walk: Gedling Railway Trail, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Railway History Fair, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Mayhem: Murder and the Mundane, Bob Massey, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

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The Canary Girls, Maureen Rushton, Commemoration of the Chilwell Munitions Factory Tragedy

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Heritage Walk: Stoke Bardolph, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Lenton Abbey and the archaeology beneath the tram lines, West Bridgford Library

The Civil War in Sherwood Forest, James Wright, Bleasby Local History Society

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Heritage Walks 2018: Church (Rock) Cemetery, Nottingham Civic Society

June Tour of St Anns Allotments

Visit to Framework Knitters Museum Ruddington, Penatagon LHS

Virtual tour of Wollaton Road cemetery, Richard English, Beeston Library

Musical Concert, Commemoration of the Chilwell Munitions Factory Tragedy

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Natural History Walk: Gedling Country Park, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Heritage Walk: Gedling Village, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

Site Visit to Chetwynd Barracks, Commemoration of the Chilwell Munitions Factory Tragedy

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Swan Canaries, Commemoration of the Chilwell Munitions Factory Tragedy

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History Talks at Lowdham Book Festival

Heritage Walks 2018: The General Cemetery, Nottingham Civic Society

Allotments and Agrarian Movements, Roger Tanner, Notts and Derbyshire Labour History Society

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16th Annual Great Nottingham Inclosure Walk, Friends of the Forest

Heritage Walk: Unknown Mapperley?, Bob Massey, Gedling Borough Heritage Festival 2018

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