Total: 50 artefacts returned over 2 pages
| Machine shop at M. Wright and Sons, Quorn, early 1920s|
In the 1920s the machines were belt driven, feeding off overhead line-shafting. As well ...... cont.
| Civilian Bobbies on the beat in Quorn|
In this 2003 newspaper article held in the Quorn Parish Council Archives, Councillor Joan ...... cont.
| Quorn Environmental Award (2000)|
Quorndon Parish Council won the Daily Telegraph/Calor Gas National Environmental Village ...... cont.
| Student life at Soar House, Quorn, in the 1960s|
Paul Dilks was a student at Loughborough College of Education from 1966 to 1969 and his ...... cont.
| Memories of the USA 82nd Airborne in Quorn – Looking back 76 years!|
Mary Totman (nee Webster) and her sister grew up in Quorn in WW2. The family had moved ...... cont.
| William Fantham, GCR Platelayer, Quorn, killed in WW1|
Killed 8th May 1916 in France, aged 22
William George Fantham was the eldest of ...... 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.
| Woodthorpe and Quorndon Parish Boundary Marker|
This boundary marker was originally sited on the A6 Trunk Road to indicate the position ...... cont.
| Quorn – the best kept village!|
Between 1996 and 2004 the village received a number of awards. Quorn Parish Council at ...... cont.
| Quorn Golden Jubilee Celebrations, May 2002|
The Quorndon Magazine had reported that for the 4th year running, the sun shone on the ...... cont.
| Opening of Quorn Football Club new ground, 1960|
Loughborough Echo, Friday, September 2nd, 1960.
QUORN F.C. - NEW GROUND AND ...... cont.
| Upset in Quorn Urban District Council!|
The Illustrated Leicester Chronicle
Saturday 24th April 1926
DESPICABLE ...... cont.
| Evacuees arrive in Quorn, 1st September 1939|
Friday 1st September 1939
How They Came To Leicestershire ...... cont.
| Manor House Hotel, Quorn|
The Manor House Hotel on Woodhouse Road opposite the railway station, was built for the ...... cont.
| Quorndon Parish Council – the best in the country!|
This article appeared in the press shortly after Quorndon Parish Council was named ...... cont.
| VJ Day – A Quorn man’s memento|
This framed memento of VJ Day is a representation of an American newspaper front page, ...... cont.
| Quorn Camp 1944 - US 82nd Airborne Division|
Members of the US 82nd Airborne Division, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 2nd Platoon ...... cont.
| HMS Quorn|
Three ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Quorn as part of the ‘Hunt Class’. ...... 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.
| Quorndon Embossing Presses|
These two embossing presses were found during the 2020 Parish Council office move from ...... cont.
| Quorn House, 1886|
Quorn House on Meeting Street was originally known as the Over Hall and was the seat of ...... cont.
| Quorn Hall, 1905|
The original Quorn Hall, known as the Nether Hall, was built on the north-east side of ...... cont.
| Retirement concert for Jack Briers, Head of Quorn Primary School, 1971|
These photographs were taken on the occasion of the retirement of Jack Briers, the ...... cont.
| St Barts Primary School football team, 1959-60|
St Bartholomew’s Primary School football team, 1959-60.
Teachers, left to right: Jack ...... cont.
| Phyllis Field (nee Broom), 1917 - 2007|
Phyllis Broom was born at what is now 37 Farnham Street in Quorn and lived in the village ...... cont.