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: 396 artefacts returned over 40 pages
| St Barts Primary School football team, 1959-60|
St Bartholomew’s Primary School football team, 1959-60.
Teachers, left to right: Jack ...... cont.
| 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.
| Quorn Village Event, early/mid 1950s|
A village event in the early/mid 1950s. The gentleman holding the darts aloft is former ...... cont.
| Dedication of Lime Trees, Quorn, May 1952|
In May 1952 Quorn dedicated an avenue of lime trees in Stafford Orchard, planted in ...... cont.
| 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.
| 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.
| 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.
| M Wright and Sons, Quorn – Winding Room|
Wright’s factory has been in Quorn since 1870. This photograph of the winding room is ...... cont.
| Quorn Ladies in Skegness, 1953|
Four Quorn ladies enjoying the sunshine in ‘Skeggie’, in coronation year 1953.
Only ...... cont.
| 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.