Filling in the gaps - we need your help
Some museum artefacts have information missing. In some cases we are confident that a photo is of Quorn or is related to Quorn, but we cannot locate the village area or buildings, or perhaps people in the photo are unknown.
Local knowledge required
As you view the collection, artefacts with missing information will be highlighted, and we also list them below. If you can contribute information about any of these items, please contact us.
Total: 397 artefacts returned over 40 pages
| Rawlins Grammar School, about 1910|
Rawlins Grammar School opened in 1892 and moved to its present site in 1897. This ...... cont.
| A Quorn football team, circa 1919|
This photograph is a football team taken in Quorn. The player on the back row, (second ...... cont.
| Card from Quorn Prisoner of War Camp to Germany, 17th April 1947|
Quorn POW camp was based in the grounds of Quorn House, with the entrance on Wood Lane, ...... cont.
| 1935 Silver Jubilee Seat petition|
In May 1935, King George V and Queen Mary Silver Jubilee was celebrated in Quorn with ...... cont.
| Old Quorn residents - George and Mary Gartshore|
George and Mary Gartshore were born in 1830, married in 1854 and moved to Quorn in about ...... cont.
| Gartshore family, summer fete, Stafford Orchard, 1960s|
A summer fete on Stafford Orchard in the 1960s, with George and Olive Gartshore and their ...... cont.
| M. Wright and Sons factory, Quorn, approx 1880|
Fifteen men standing outside M. Wright and Sons factory in about 1880, possibly a little ...... cont.
| Opening of Quorn Football Club new ground, 1960|
Loughborough Echo, Friday, September 2nd, 1960.
QUORN F.C. - NEW GROUND AND ...... cont.
| Manor House Hotel, Quorn|
The Manor House Hotel on Woodhouse Road opposite the railway station, was built for the ...... cont.
| M Wright and Sons, Quorn - Centenary Celebration, 1960 - Programme|
M Wright and Sons, elastic webbing manufacturers, started in Leicester in 1860 and moved ...... cont.