The impact of the Great War on people from Radcliffe on Trent Nottinghamshire

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Radcliffe on Trent U3A ww1 project

Launch of a new website

By Marion Caunt

If you are interested in the history of Radcliffe on Trent, try the new website In it you will find how Radcliffe coped during the first world war, take a walk around the village in 1914, see all the men from the village who served in the war and also how some of the women in the village contributed to the war effort.

  • Take a look at the book showcasing the U3A WW1 project
  • Read the biographies of the Radcliffe men who served
  • See photographs of  the exhibition which was displayed in August 2014
  • Find out about the Radcliffe Junior School project and film clips

Contact the team on

The website team would love to hear stories concerning Radcliffe on Trent residents and WW1. They are also collecting letters written during the war and photos of people featured on the website, taken from around 1912 to 1922 (send them copies or digital images, not originals). Do get in touch if you have material relating to the project that you would like to see featured on the website.

This page was added by Marion Caunt on 25/11/2015.

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