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: 387 artefacts returned over 39 pages
| Ann at Quorn’, High Street, Quorn|
‘Ann at Quorn’ was a high class clothes shop at 20 High Street in Quorn. It was ...... cont.
| An unknown event, on an unknown date, probably on Stafford Orchard|
So who are this happy group? They seem to be mainly men dressed as women!
What was ...... cont.
| St Bartholomew’s Choir, Quorn, mid 1940s|
Top row (standing): ? Long, Clifford Teagle, Reg Harris, Gordon Camp, Stanley Brewin, ...... cont.
| Wright's factory Quorn, 1950s|
This excellent photograph was taken at Wright's factory in Quorn in the 1950s.
Names ...... cont.
| Quorndon Co-operative Provident Society Ltd, Station Road|
The Co-operative Society store was built in 1862 on the site of the Blue Ball inn. It ...... cont.
| WW1 postcard sent to Quorn|
This postcard was sent during WW1 on 20th September 1915, by Bandsman Harry Rowland ...... cont.
| 1st Quorndon and 1st Rothley Scout Band|
This unique photograph from either 1919 or 1920, was taken on the Farnham family estate ...... cont.
| Quorn Old Boys – Late 1980s/early 1990s|
This is probably one of the most recent photographs that we have included in Quorn ...... cont.
| Sarah Ann Gamble and her Gamble family chart|
There were three completely separate branches of Gamble families living in Quorn in the ...... cont.
| St Bartholomew’s Primary School, Quorn. 1950|
This photograph shows the infant class at St Barts in 1950. It must be the happiest ...... cont.