Literary Locations #83: Broxtowe Hall

Literary Locations #83: Broxtowe Hall

Broxtowe’s Edmund Helwys and his wife Margaret died in 1590, leaving behind five children. It was their teenage son, Askham-born Thomas Helwys, that then took over their lease of Broxtowe Hall. After he entered Gray’s Inn in London – a professional...
World Book Day 2020

World Book Day 2020

ad the biggest impact on the world? Here are some World Changing Works (with a local connection). Darkest England and the Way Out (1890) by William Booth ‘Helping the Homeless’ The founder of The Salvation Army, William Booth, was born in Nottingham and...
Literary Locations #32: Retford

Literary Locations #32: Retford

2019 sees the first North Notts Lit Fest presented by Bassetlaw District Council, North Notts Business Improvement District and Barristers Book Chamber. From 13thto 14th of September the festival will play host to some of our top writing talent including International...