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LOOKING BACK: Councillors feared creating elderly ‘ghetto’ with new block of flats in Carlton

The claim was made by two councillors at a meeting of the urban authority's Housing Committee during discussions on the proposed flats at Walton Crescent

LOOKING BACK: Wonderful memories as we open up our photo archives again

From charity days to community occasions, if there was an event going on, Gedling Eye was there to share the moment. Do you remember these, or recognise someone in these photos from our archive?

LOOKING BACK: Wonderful memories as we open up our photo archives again

From charity days to community occasions, if there was an event going on, Gedling Eye was there to share the moment. Do you remember these, or recognise someone in these photos from our archive?

LOOKING BACK: Carlton woman made house plea to council after claiming to be ‘unable to conceive’ in high-rise flat

The Sun reported on July 23, 1971, that the 26-year-old woman had asked the urban council at Cariton to rehouse her and her husband as she had become infertile.

LOOKING BACK: The Carlton street that was turned into a ‘quagmire’ by builder’s bulldozers 59 years ago

Builders were blamed for turning Gardenia Grove into a 'mudbath' back in 1965

Seaside train trip ended in tragedy for daughter of wealthy Stoke Bardolph farmer

Historian Bob Massey shares a story about a tragic trip to the seaside back in 1857.

Breach of promise to Calverton girl made national news headlines

The story of Mary Cooper is just one of the many local tales in local historian Bob Massey's new book Snippets from History Vol 3
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