ROGER PEACOCK

My pages:

Page link: RAF Balderton
RAF Balderton
A glimpse at a now-obsolete wartime heritage site
Page link: Remote Sensing in Archaeology
Remote Sensing in Archaeology
How scientific methods can inform heritage on buildings and edifices
Page link: Saxon and Norman Newark
Saxon and Norman Newark
The evidence from observations and investigations by archaeologists
Page link: Heritage Toys
Heritage Toys
The best of the good old toys
Page link: Hidden Voices
Hidden Voices
Newark's civilian experiences during the English Civil War years of 1642 to 1666
Page link: Keeping it in the Family
Keeping it in the Family
A report on political patronage in nineteenth-century Newark
Page link: NALHS Plaque to Willie Hall
NALHS Plaque to Willie Hall
A dedication to a Newark-born footballer in a plaque erected at Lovers' Lane School
Page link: Lucy Hutchinson on the English Civil War
Lucy Hutchinson on the English Civil War
Local Events of the seventeenth-century conflict seen through the writings of the wife of a governor of Nottingham of the time
Page link: The Robin Hood Theatre, Averham
The Robin Hood Theatre, Averham
Reflections on a cultural heritage between Newark and Southwell
Page link: Panto History
Panto History
A study of the characteristics and history of pantomimes at Nottingham Theatre Royal as recounted by a previous performer from Annesley Woodhouse
Page link: The Last Open-field Farming in Notts
The Last Open-field Farming in Notts
A report on the rural organization of the village of Laxton, as outlined by a leading farmer
Page link: 48 Mill Gate
48 Mill Gate
The background history of one of Newark's heritage buildings near the Trent Navigation riverside
Page link: Mill Gate Museum Building
Mill Gate Museum Building
The background history of one of Newark's heritage buildings near the Trent Navigation riverside
Page link: Timber-framed building structures: construction and technology
Timber-framed building structures: construction and technology
A report on a practical exhibition and presentation by Mr. Michael Flinton, in Newark Library
Page link: Boy with a bat
Boy with a bat
Examination of a painting with local references, by Thomas Hudson
Page link: Patronage in Newark of the Eighteenth Century
Patronage in Newark of the Eighteenth Century
Report on an address by Professor Stanley Chapman
Page link: Agricultural Labourers
Agricultural Labourers
A study of the migrant lifestyle of English land workers since the seventeenth century
Page link: An Early Church School in Newark
An Early Church School in Newark
The history of Guildhall Street School from its foundation to its closure
Page link: Creswell Crags
Creswell Crags
Fantastic Prehistoric Revelations on the Nottinghamshire Border
Page link: The Cafferata Firm of Newark
The Cafferata Firm of Newark
Development of a Newark quarrying and brick industry
Page link: Yards of Newark
Yards of Newark
How the Victorians provided homes for a rapidly-expanding industrial population
Page link: Marshall's Coaches of Sutton-on-Trent
Marshall's Coaches of Sutton-on-Trent
Public transport in Newark by bus and coach during the twentieth century