Quorn historical image   Quorn Village On-line Museum   Quorn historical image

Wednesday 14th November 2018  

Museum Home
About our museum
Artefacts by Number
Quorn's location
The name change
Village publications
Information sources
Museum Award
Contact us
Copyright

Quorn News - Loughborough Echo

Loughborough Echo 2nd November 1945

C.H. Teagle, Chimney Sweep, Quorn, is starting in business again and is accepting orders on and after November 14th.

Lieut. Ernest Bancroft, 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment, has been promoted to the rank of captain.

On Monday the Conservative Club met the “Bull’s Head” at darts and won by the odd leg. S. Freeman scored 140 for the winners.

Pte P.G. Young, of the Parachute Regiment, is now in Tel Aviv en route for the Far East. He was formerly in the Quorn Home Guard and worked for a time for Messrs. Facer and Son as a joiner. He sees the Echo every week.

Mrs. Lionel Freeman, whose marriage in South Africa was recently announced in these columns, arrived in Liverpool on Saturday after encountering severe weather. She arrived at Quorn on Sunday.

The Quorn branch of the County Library is now firmly established in its new premises in Station Road. The branch has an allocation of 1,300 books and nearly 500 registered readers. Since its opening in June, 5,925 books have been issued, made up as follows: Fiction, 3,392; juvenile, 1.326; non-fiction, 1,307.

The Adult School had under discussion on Sunday morning the tragic situation in Europe as revealed by the speech of the Foreign Secretary in the House of Commons debate. Mr. W. Jacques, M.A., who introduced the subject, also quoted from speeches from all Parties in the House, revealing a state of affairs serious and full of tragedy.

   
 Submitted on: 2011-07-14
 Submitted by: Christine Sibcy
 Artefact ID: 1313
 Print: View artefact in printer-friendly page

   Quorn Village On-line Museum
 copyright notice
 search tips
 view latest news
 view latest news
 view latest news
 what's new What's New
See what items have been added recently.
 can you contribute? Can you Contribute?
We need historical material relating to Quorn village.
 filling in the gaps Filling in the gaps
Help us with names, places, locations and years.

 artefact counter

Artefact Counter
How many artefacts does this online museum contain?

 leave a comment

Seeking Information
Post your information request onto our notebook.

 make a donation

Make a donation
Help to secure more museum artefacts and this site's future.

 see our Facebook page
 login / register