Buy the Print >

Buy "Sutton On Trent, Cyclists By The Wesleyan Chapel 1909" available as a print on its own along with framed and canvas options.

Memories of Sutton on Trent

I was born at Sutton on Trent in 1938 and, as it was then, No.1 Station Road. My Dad worked for Nottinghamshire County Council, as a Road Foreman. Memories of my time spent growing up in the village were brought back at a celebration in the village Sports Club (April 27th 2013) arranged by the Boschetto family; this (...Read full memory)

My grandfather, Charles Arthur Evan, was signalman there. My mom Margaret Evans was born there in 1917, one of four daughters. She passed away nearly three years ago at 92 and as sharp as a whip. We emigrated to Canada in 1958. My mom and dad, James Peter Turner, knew so many of the folks in Tuxford and Carlton on (...Read full memory)

The photo shows number 18 High Street, on the left, where Mr. and Mrs Miles lived. A small conservatory covered the ground floor windows in this view prior to 1964, when the house had alterations made. A double garage and kitchen extension were added and the rose garden was concreted over for the driveway. I remember (...Read full memory)

In the mid and late sixties my family would travel from Glasgow to Kent every summer to visit relatives. Our overnight stop was always at the Old England Hotel and I have fond memories of walking round the village and finding it so different to where I lived in Glasgow. My memory is also of Mr Pike (...Read full memory)

Sparked a Memory for you?

If this has sparked a memory, why not share it here?

Tools