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Our 50 most recently submitted museum artefacts are listed below:

 Retirement concert for Jack Briers,  Head of Quorn Primary School, 1971  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.
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 St Barts Primary School football team, 1959-60  St Barts Primary School football team, 1959-60
St Bartholomew’s Primary School football team, 1959-60. Teachers, left to right: Jack ...... cont.
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 Phyllis Field (nee Broom), 1917 - 2007  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.
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 Friends of Markfield – Quorn Gala Day Football Tournament  Friends of Markfield – Quorn Gala Day Football Tournament
During the 1960’s and 70’s the people of Quorn supported the Markfield Hospital by ...... cont.
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 Quorn Village Event, early/mid 1950s  Quorn Village Event, early/mid 1950s
A village event in the early/mid 1950s. The gentleman holding the darts aloft is former ...... cont.
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 Dedication of Lime Trees, Quorn, May 1952  Dedication of Lime Trees, Quorn, May 1952
In May 1952 Quorn dedicated an avenue of lime trees in Stafford Orchard, planted in ...... cont.
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 William Henry Norman (PC Billy Norman) 1889 to 1958  William Henry Norman (PC Billy Norman) 1889 to 1958
William Henry (Billy) Norman was born on 29th March 1889 in Oadby. After distinguished ...... cont.
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 PC Billy Norman – served in Quorn 1930 to 1944  PC Billy Norman – served in Quorn 1930 to 1944
In the 1980s and 1990s Harry Limbert, who lived in Quorn talked to a lot of the older ...... cont.
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 Quorn St Bartholomew’s Primary School, early 1950s  Quorn St Bartholomew’s Primary School, early 1950s
Taken in the early 1950s in the old primary school playground, when the school was on ...... cont.
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 Schooldays at Quorn St Bartholomew’s Primary, 1957 to 1961  Schooldays at Quorn St Bartholomew’s Primary, 1957 to 1961
John Tweedie and his twin brother Jim were at St Barts Primary during the school years ...... cont.
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 Quorn Australia – Heritage Walk  Quorn Australia – Heritage Walk
Quorn in South Australia is very proud of its heritage, and the museum team were ...... cont.
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 Thompson and Gamble, builders of the Cradock Drive housing development  Thompson and Gamble, builders of the Cradock Drive housing development
Who were Thompson and Gamble? Thompson and Gamble were a well-known ...... cont.
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 The QUORN Tool and Cutter Grinder  The QUORN Tool and Cutter Grinder
Since its launch in 1974, the Quorn Tool and Cutter Grinder has achieved legendary status ...... cont.
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 Quorn Baptist Church Christian Endeavour Group, early 1900s  Quorn Baptist Church Christian Endeavour Group, early 1900s
The Baptist Church in Quorn has always had a large following since they came to the ...... cont.
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 12 Freehold Street, Quorn – Shop and Off-Licence  12 Freehold Street, Quorn – Shop and Off-Licence
The first of these photographs was taken before 1910 and shows Joseph Birkin standing ...... cont.
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 M Wright and Sons, Quorn – Winding Room  M Wright and Sons, Quorn – Winding Room
Wright’s factory has been in Quorn since 1870. This photograph of the winding room is ...... cont.
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 Quorn Ladies in Skegness, 1953  Quorn Ladies in Skegness, 1953
Four Quorn ladies enjoying the sunshine in ‘Skeggie’, in coronation year 1953. Only ...... cont.
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 Quorn St Bartholomew's National School, 1908/1909  Quorn St Bartholomew's National School, 1908/1909
In the first part of last century, what we know today as primary schools kept children ...... cont.
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 Robert Sutton, Quorn Family Butcher  Robert Sutton, Quorn Family Butcher
This photograph was taken on High Street in Quorn around 1920, and shows Robert and Gerty ...... cont.
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 Air raid shelter in Quorn  Air raid shelter in Quorn
World War Two started in 1939 and continued for six years. During this time there was ...... cont.
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 William Freer born 1830 in Quorn, died 17th February 1887, Denbighshire  William Freer born 1830 in Quorn, died 17th February 1887, Denbighshire
William Freer was born in Quorn in 1830. By the 1850s he was a kennel man for Quorn Hunt, ...... cont.
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 Quorn property for sale - January 1985  Quorn property for sale - January 1985
The two adverts below appeared in the local newspaper on Saturday 5th January 1985. ...... cont.
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 Home Guard, including Quorn Platoon, 1942  Home Guard, including Quorn Platoon, 1942
This photograph of the Home Guard was taken in the garden of the Bulls Head (now the ...... cont.
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 Quorn Parish Magazines – January to May 1940  Quorn Parish Magazines – January to May 1940
This file contains five months of St Bartholomew's Church parish magazines. The copies ...... cont.
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 Quorn Parish Magazines – July to December 1939  Quorn Parish Magazines – July to December 1939
This file contains six months of St Bartholomew's Church parish magazines. The copies ...... cont.
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Total: 50 artefacts returned over 2 pages


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