The latest edition of the Transactions of the Thoroton Society has been published. Further information is available here.

The Nottinghamshire Bibliography Online, a single web-based means of access to bibliographic sources for the history of the city of Nottingham and county of Nottinghamshire, has been launched.

Events for 2014

Tuesday 11 November
Keith Train Lecture in association with Nottingham Civic Society: Britain's Heritage Pubs: The Inside Story - Geoff Brandwood, Architectural Historian
Venue: Cathedral Hall, Wellington Circus, at 7.30 pm

Saturday 13 December
Neville Hoskins Lecture: Newstead Abbey Celebrated

Full programme of events for 2014

Link to Notts Heritage Gateway website

Link to the Nottinghamshire Bibliography Online

Link to the Church History Project website

Link to the Picture the Past website

Link to Our Nottinghamshire website

Link to Nottinghamshire History website

The Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire
Grave cover from HicklingThe Thoroton Society is the county’s principal historical and archaeological society. It has a long pedigree, having been established in 1897, and is named in honour of Dr Robert Thoroton who published the first history of Nottinghamshire in 1677. The Society’s aims are simple: to promote knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the history, archaeology and antiquities of Nottinghamshire, and to support local research and conservation.

As a member of The Thoroton Society you can expect

Link to join the Thoroton Society

Contact the Thoroton Society