Radcliffe on Trent Local History Society

This website is managed by Radcliffe on Trent Local History Society

Radcliffe on Trent Local History Society is a research and archives group which has been established for over thirty five years.
The Society continues to produce professional and detailed research for the preservation of local history.


STILL ON SALE …A new  book has been produced by Radcliffe on Trent World War 1 group. It is called: “The Story of Rockley Memorial Park, Cliffs and Woodlands”.  (Front cover shown below in Around Radcliffe section) This book can be purchased from Pen2Paper Radcliffe on Trent, cost £5 (not including postage and packaging) OR telephone Marion Caunt on 01159332685.


The History of the Manor House Radcliffe on Trent from 1749 to 2017 NOW SOLD OUT. All proceeds went to the Manor House Care Home charitable trust.

Local organisations

Our Archives

Around Radcliffe 2018

Contact UsNews and information about the society

Buy a local history book!

 Right: A Painting of The Poplars by Samuel Parrot 1797 to 1876.  Left: a painting of the Church attributed to Parrott. Both paintings are loaned to the society by Mr D. Tomlinson.

The old church Radcliffe

An ideal present for anyone who is interested in local history. Find out how to buy on Our Books page


History pages:

*Radcliffe History

*Coming of the railway

*Radcliffe Remembers WW1

*Schooldays in Radcliffe

*From Wharf to Weir

*Radcliffe in fiction

*Allotments in Radcliffe

*Radcliffe Cholera  Epidemic 1849

*Rescued from the Trent




On this website you can:

Find out about your village, see photos of people and places and buy a local history book.

 

Information on local news and events visit the Parish Council website at:

Radcliffe on Trent Parish Council

Visit our GALLERY page to view photographs of people and places in old Radcliffe on Trent

Bingham Musical Theatre  Production 11 to 13 May

“The Suicide Club” is a moving one Act play based on the diaries of David Polley a local WW1 soldier, and written by Darren Rawnsley. Also a short talk by his Grandson Alan C. Mott historian.  

See it at the British Legion Hall Radcliffe on Trent

on Friday 11th May and Saturday 12th at 7.30 pm,


and two performances on Sunday 13 May at 1pm and 3pm. Tickets available NOW from www.binghammusicaltheatrecompany.co.uk