- Arnold Local History Group
The group aims "to encourage and support an interest in the history of the Arnold Area and help conserve and archive material of local interest."
- Ashfield History and Genealogy
Part of Heather Faulkes' Old Nottinghamshire
website: "The aim of this site is to provide information and links
with an interest in the local history of the area now known as
Ashfield, or has ancestors who lived in this area. The Ashfield
area is found in the middle of the western edge of Nottinghamshire,
and borders onto Derbyshire at Teversal, Sutton, Kirkby and Selston
The one thousand years of Barnby-in-the-Willows
website has been produced
as a living internet site, to be updated as further research is
carried out, or to be added to as events unfold in the future.
- Exploring Beeston's history: aspects of
the family and local history of a Midlands town
David Hallam's excellent website
links aspects of Beeston's history with the
genealogy of those involved.
- The Bingham Heritage
The Bingham Heritage Trails Association was founded in the year
2000 with the aim to increase awareness of the richness of Bingham's
heritage. The Association takes a holistic view of the heritage,
including geology, natural history, archaeology, history and the
built environment of the parish of Bingham.
- My Broxtowe Hundred Journal
Peter Woodward's interesting website contains
many photographs of places in the old hundred of Broxtowe (west
- Bunny Village History Society
Information, photographs, transcripts of records on the history
of this south Nottinghamshire village.
- Calverton Village, Nottinghamshire
Information and photographs etc on Calverton old and new.
- Chris Richard's Radford
Photographs and information on Radford, Raleigh, Sneinton, Hyson
Green since 1972.
- Coddington History Group
Coddington History Group was formed in 2003 by
residents of Coddington Village. They embarked upon a project to
devise a Heritage Trail Leaflet recording much of Coddington's
Bassett. Past, Present and Future . . .
"Colston Bassett Local History Group was established
in 2005, with the aim of promoting the public education and understanding
of the village and its fascinating history. It came about
because there is considerable interest in the village from those
who live here, former residents, and people researching family
Memoir of Richard Syson
Richard Syson's memories of living in Cossall from the 1870s to
Photographs, extracts from parish records for Cuckney village
Website for the village and parish of Eakring:
includes short history of the village and St Andrew's parish church.
- East Leake and District Local History
Details of the society's meetings, membership
- Eastwood: "Into the Breach"
Alan Rowley's website on Eastwood.
- Farndon Archaeological Research Institute
The Farndon Archaeological Research Institute
(FARI) was founded at the end of 1998.
The main aims of the Institute are to investigate and promote the
archaeological heritage of Farndon and the surrounding parishes
and to provide training to members that wish to develop archaeological
- Forest Town, Mansfield
Researchers into the history of Forest Town, Mansfield.
- Gotham and District Local History Society
History trails, village history etc
- Greasley Parish
Well illustrated and informative website on the large parish of
Greasley in west Nottinghamshire, including information on Greasley
Castle, and Beauvale Priory.
- Hucknall Torkard: A local history
'Hucknall Torkard dot com' is a website dedicated to recording
the history of 19th century Hucknall Torkard, Nottinghamshire,
and placing what is known in the wider context of the period. During
these times Hucknall saw more change that at any other period in
its history as it grew from rural village to industrial town.
- Huthwaite Online
Gary Elliott's fascinating community website
has a considerable amount of historical material on this former mining
village near Sutton-in-Ashfield.
- Jacksdale and Westwood
"A Local Community Website for JACKSDALE & WESTWOOD,
NOTTS. U.K. Featuring:- Village & Community News (B.A.D.J.E.R.)
Village History & Genealogy, Names & Stories of those
named on the Jacksdale War Memorial and other local village memorials. Local
Poetry and More ...."
- Keyworth & District Local History
Colourful website devoted to the history of Keyworth in south
- Lambley Heritage
website of the Lambley Historical Society contains
society newsletters, information on the church, photo galleries
and a list of society events.
- Lenton Local History Society
The Society was formed in 1974 with the specific aim of fostering
an interest in the history of the locality. Old and New Lenton,
Lenton Sands and Dunkirk, the Lenton and Dunkirk Industrial Estates,
plus the Lenton Abbey and Wollaton Park housing estates are all
considered to fall within the Society’s area of interest.
- Old Mansfield Society Society
Information, memories and photographs on aspects of Mansfield's
history and heritage.
"Newark Civic Trust is a society for people who share
an interest in environmental matters, with a specific concern for
the built environment of Newark and its surrounding villages." The
Trust has designed a series of attractive and informative town
trails which can be downloaded from the site.
Parish Heritage Group
The Norwell Parish Heritage Group aims to record
the past and present heritage of Norwell Parish for the benefit
of present and future generations. The website contains information
on the activities of the group: publications, events etc.
- The City of Nottingham in Pictures
Ray Teece's website contains an impressive collection
of photographs and aims "to capture as much of the old before
it all disappears into history, including some of the detail the
casual passer by might miss."
- Nottingham Civic Society
"The Society is engaged in fighting for conservation and good
planning in Nottingham, safeguarding listed buildings from demolition
neglect, celebrating well-designed new buildings and renovations,
organising a regular and comprehensive series of guided walks in
and around historic Nottingham, publishing a range of books, pamphlets
and maps related to Nottingham."
- Nottingham Local History Index
Images, memories and background information on the
history of Nottingham, its caves and streets.
- Nottinghamshire Church Photographs
A splendid collection of images of Nottinghamshire parish churches
by Heather Faulkes.
of Ordsall parish
Information on Ordsall and Ordsall parish church,
inlcuding extracts from parish records.
Short articles on aspects of Papplewick's past.
- The Pentagon Local History Society
The Pentagon Local History Society has been in existence since 1987 and serves Elston and seven surrounding villages. It meets monthly for lectures in the winter and makes outside visits in the summer. From 2006 to 2010 the society undertook the Elston Heritage Project with the aid of a £48,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
- Shireoaks Local History Society
Information on the group and the village.
- Southwell Archaeology - the site of Southwell Community Archaeology Group (SCAG)
It was formed to identify, promote and preserve the rich archaeological remains in Southwell particularly the nationally important Roman Villa Site on Church Street.
- Southwell Civic Society
Southwell Civic Society
is a registered charity engaged in actively promoting high standards of planning and architecture in and around the historic town of Southwell.
- Southwell DAC Church History
The project aims to build a database of historical knowledge on
all of the churches of Southwell Diocese.
- Southwell & District Local History Society
was established in 1983 and runs a full programme of lecture meetings and outings throughout the year... Southwell has a rich past and the Society strives to find out more about how the town developed and the characters that have inhabited it over the centuries. "
- Southwell Minster
Lavishly illustrated with photographs, this website
is devoted to promoting "the best kept secret among the forty-two
Community website for the town of Stapleford.
Includes a small historical section.
This site is owned by the Parish Council of Sturton-Le-Steeple
with Fenton and Littleborough and is run by a team of volunteers
from the Parish for the benefit of the community. The are sections
of interest to family and local historians.
Photographs, maps, memories and miscellaneous
material on aspects of this north Nottinghamshire town's history.
- Warsop history
Articles on aspects of Warsop history.
- Woodborough Heritage Website
"This is the official website for the Woodborough Photographic
Recording Group. The website contains a vast and varied historical
account of the village and its people since Domesday. The Group
has over 3,600 digitally stored photos in its database, these
date from the year 1862 onwards, and since year 2000, digital
- Worksop of Yesterday
The full text of Worksop
of Yesterday. The town at the turn of the last century by M.
J. JACKSON, originally published in 1969.