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Life in Radcliffe on Trent 1908-1928

War Memorials in Radcliffe on Trent

Walks around Radcliffe on Trent in 1914

Rockley Memorial Park, opened in 1927

Radcliffe on Trent Golf Club 1909–1927

Radcliffe Hall

Belgian Refugees in Nottinghamshire

Cemetery: WWI War Graves in Radcliffe on Trent

The influenza pandemic and its impact on Radcliffe on Trent

Farming in Radcliffe on Trent 1911–1920

Holme Pierrepont: WW1 Memorial

Baptismal records

Ypres Chair commemorates Radcliffe on Trent servicemen

Radcliffe on Trent and the military

How Radcliffe Servicemen Died: WWI Timeline 1914-1919

Territorials go to War: a painting by Michael Lees, MBE showing Sherwood Foresters leaving for the Front, 1914

Radcliffe remembers the South Nottinghamshire Hussars 1908–1922

Easter Uprising 1916 and the Sherwood Foresters

Battle of the Somme 1916, Radcliffe on Trent Remembers those who served

RAF Centenary: Radcliffe on Trent’s WWI Air Servicemen from 1914–1942

Field Punishment – how many Radcliffe servicemen were affected?

The story of Frank Barratt Daniels: How the YMCA assisted relatives of dangerously ill servicemen

Tribute to Lieutenant Sydney Newbury killed in 1917

A Motor Driver’s Life: Gordon Litchfield who survived the war

WWI Medals, Awards and Badges – Radcliffe recipients

Radcliffe on Trent women and their service in WW1

Radcliffe on Trent WWI Women’s Roles

Notts 94 Voluntary Aid Detachment, Radcliffe branch of the British Red Cross

The story of Hilda Mary Dowson, Notts. Secretary. National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies

The story of Claire Birkin, commandant Notts 94 VAD and of Lamcote Auxiliary Hospital for Officers.

The story of Ellen Leaver, matron at Notts County Asylum and Notts County War Hospital

The story of Kate Barnard member of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps

The story of Ethel Rosetta Smith, member of the women’s forage corps

WWI Exhibition, Radcliffe on Trent August 2014

Exhibition August 2014

Re-enactment of Newark March 1914

Radcliffe Junior School WWI Project 2014

Articles of general interest

Everyone remembered by the British Legion

Lincoln Castle Poppy Wave

Red Cross launches digital archive of WW1 VAD records

Somme Centenary News

Truth and Memory Exhibition 2016, York Art Gallery

Where are the poppies now?

Women’sWork 100