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1960, April, 12th: Looking Around at Wilford's Old Buildings

Wilford, April 12th 1960:

On talking to George Garment the Strelley estate woodsman, we discussed where he was born and where he walked every morning. He describes Wilford as “a little village that seemed to just sit on the border of the city; on the river flood plain”. 411 more words

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I am surprised no mention is made of the unusual building in the church grounds and next to the river. Used as a temporary mortuary when bodies were recovered from the river.

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What I love about Drumcode is its consistency – releases are always undeniably well produced. Many Drumcode releases follow a similar structure of bass heavy belters that are most likely to be found ‘in the rave’. 309 more words

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Nottingham wakes

Being just minutes from Wilford hill, the Wilford Green is a popular wake venue.

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We understand that loosing important people from your life can be very hard. 86 more words

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Further Delays Expected To Nottingham's Troubled Tram Extension

The completion of Nottingham’s Phase 2 tram extension took another turn for the worse this week as contractors began ‘remedial’ works on parts of the track running to Clifton.  394 more words

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Student Success Statement

Student Success Statement

”Nothing is ever gained in doing what’s wrong.”

Wilford Woodruff

This is a great statement because when you do what is right then you know that everything is correctly done. 55 more words

Easter Sunday at the Wilford Green - Nottingham

The Easter weekend has ended for another year. We hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did.

We had live music on the Friday night (Adam Peter Smith) from 9pm… 120 more words

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1960, April, 12th: Looking Around at Wilford's Old Buildings

Wilford, April 12th 1960:

On talking to George Garment the Strelley estate woodsman, we discussed where he was born and where he walked every morning. He describes Wilford as “a little village that seemed to just sit on the border of the city; on the river flood plain”. 411 more words

Nottinghamshire Suburbs