Latest articles tagged with ‘Philip James Bailey’

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Literary Locations #75: Newstead Abbey

Newstead Abbey, arguably the finest of Nottinghamshire’s literary locations.

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Literary Locations #66: Basford House, 61 Church Street

Basford House, where Thomas Bailey compiled his Annals of Nottinghamshire and his son Philip wrote what would become one of the longest poems ever...

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Literary Locations #18: Mansfield Road, Nottingham

This week's location is the section of Mansfield Road that leads from the City Centre to the top of Sherwood.

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