Bob in Hospital Blues as a convalescing soldier from World War One . Arnot Hill Park Walk
Talks carried out in a Pub
Tales of Mayhem and Murder.
Redhill Robbery, Riots and Residence
Murder, Ghosts and the like
Comments on recent walks and pub talks
Christmas tales at the Bread and Biter Mapperley
A bit more local memories were great
Loved the stories
Great overview of Christmas Traditions
Really great would love to see you again
What a memory for very interesting facts and stories Fantastic!!
More similar events, please
Very interesting Event
Please put on more events they
are most interesting and entertaining
Hi Bob - we really enjoyed last evening's talk and walk. We were so pleased that so many people turned up. We heard many positive comments about the evening at the end - you must be really pleased
with the way it went.
Here's to the next one!!
Arnold Local History Group
Thank u for
the fabulous murder mystery and mayhem talk and walk tonight Bob - loved it.
Arnold History Course
Comments on Talk at Robin Hood and Little John at Halloween
1st time I have attended and will definitely look out for more events thank you,
more events, please
brilliant speaker. great had a break midway through talk so everyone could replenish drinks
thoroughly enjoyable evening
and very interesting local information.
found all stories very interesting and informative
bobs talks are extremely interesting please keep coming back.
a very well presented and research
comments on the unknown Mapperley walk
excellent walk, please
put on more of these wonderful, interesting talks and walks.
it was great
really enjoyed it and feel that I now know a lot more about buildings i pass every day.
very good event very interesting
locations that could accommodate numbers had been considered.
excellent walk thank you
Arnold Murder accidents and the mundane walk
Very interesting walk Excellent guide
very interesting walk
really enjoyed the talk, Bob was very engaging
more, a regular slot
excellent informative entertaining
thoroughly enjoyed the talk
informative evening, great speaker
excellent, bob brilliant really knows his stuff and very engaging
brilliant talk fascinating stories could make good plots for novels
an awesome night, wanted
to hear more
very captivating, entertaining, good venue
more talks like this please
extremely entertaining would definitely come again
was very enjoyable and I was disappointed
when it finished
very interesting please come back
Reprinted from the Nottingham Post
Murder walk was fascinating
I saw advertised a murder mystery walk in Arnold on October 30.
I went along not expecting many others to be
interested but as it was a fine night and it was free, I thought I'd give it a go.
When I arrived at the Robin Hood in Arnold, the starting point, I was surprised to find
that I had been joined by more than 100 other
The walk was led by Bob Massey, a local historian who coped very well with the large numbers and provided a fascinating incite into Arnold's somewhat murky past.
A lady had a few of Bob's books, which were
very soon sold out. I did not manage to
get one but was told they were stocked by MSR News so went straight round the next
day and bought some volumes. The stories on the walk and in the books were
Thanks to everyone involved for a great night.
Feb 1, 2018
delves into past of one of Arnold’s oldest venues
by Gedling Eye
Historian Bob Massey will host the talk at the Robin Hood and Little John pub
later this month
People in Gedling borough are being given the opportunity to delve into the past of one of Arnold’s oldest pubs at a talk later this month.
and author Bob Massey is hosting the talk about the history of the Robin Hood and Little John pub at the venue on February 13 from 7pm.
It’s the second talk the popular speaker has held at the pub on Church Street, with the first one
proving to be a smash hit.
Mr Massey said: “There were an estimated 120 people crammed into the bar for my last talk. Several people had to leave the pub as they could not get in.”
The Robin Hood & Little John
in Arnold has a rich history, dating back to the 1700’s making it one of the oldest pubs in the borough town.
In 1940 the pub was purchased by Home Brewery, which traded from 1875 until 1996 in Daybrook. It’s now owned
by the Lincoln Green Brewing Company.