Latest articles tagged with ‘Heritage’

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Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future: A Programme Walkthrough

The Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future Heritage Learning Symposium is now only a few short weeks away! Becky Cullen gives us a taster of what we can...

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20th Century Notts: 1924-1926

With Lawrence away we reach the mid-1920s, just as Graham Greene and Dorothy Whipple come to town.

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20th Century Notts: 1921-1923

The next instalment of our guide to the last century's local literature sees the publication of a dictionary, the opening of a super-cinema, and the...

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20th Century Notts: 1918-1920

As the Great War and a deadly influenza take their toll, a children's newspaper is launched and one of our great writers is born.

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20th Century Notts: 1915-1917

A literary masterpiece is banned in the wind of war.

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20th Century Notts: 1912-1914

Sons, lovers and the wife of a former teacher. D. H. Lawrence is busy as our 20th-Century-travels pass through three more years.

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20th Century Notts: 1909-1911

Our journey through the 20th Century continues with the birth of one of our most prolific authors and the first novel from one of our finest.

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20th Century Notts: 1906-1908

Our year-by-year tour of the 20th Century continues with the education and entertainment of young readers.

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20th Century Notts: 1903-1905

The second of our new feature taking us through the last century, year-by-year. This week: a masked hero, a boy who wouldn't grow up and an odd...

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20th Century Notts: 1900-1902

In the first of a weekly feature, John Baird takes us on a year-by-year journey through literary Notts. We kick off at the dawn of the 20th Century...

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Finding Hugo: guest post from James Walker.

Literary heritage expert James Walker usually concerns himself with Lawrence and Sillitoe, but a recent trip across the Channel opened his eyes to...

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Walking With Writers

Gold Star Guides Felicity Whittle, Blue Badge Tourist Guide, tells us why she's set up a dedicated literary-themed guided walk around our city:

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