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Mr Charles Morton Father of the Music hall

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 18th August 2017

“There are few things more difficult to write and make interesting than prefaces. Most people skip them altogether; few are noteworthy; none are remembered; and, indeed, the once hallowed custom of ...

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Lace workers

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 11th August 2017

The lace industry in Nottingham developed from the substantial hosiery industry which existed in the mid-17th century. They used knitting frames and machines to produce hosiery at a much faster rate t...

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Brewing in Nottingham

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 4th August 2017

50 years ago Nottinghamshire was known to have 430 local breweries but many of them closed or were amalgamated into larger breweries, leaving only one remaining Hardy and Hanson’s of Kimberly. But, ...

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Tavern Caves

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 28th July 2017

Tavern Caves are first noted in Nottingham in the 1200s under some of the oldest pubs in the country. The ‘Ye Olde Jerusalem’ attached to castle rock and ‘The Bell Inn’. The caves under these ...

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Picture week - Victorian Nottingham

Malt Cross Team | Heritage | 21st July 2017

The Theatre RoyalThe Goose fairWheeler Street The StationLewis Square off of Sussex Street A group picture of the hospital staff from 1895 The arboretum...

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