Arnold Local History Group
the history of Arnold at Town 4 miles from Nottingham Uk
Local History Association
Telephone: 01335 350536
More Details: www.nlha.org.uk/news/danny-wells/
- Art of
- The English and Gardening
- Joseph Paxton
- Art of the Christmas Card
- The Victorians and the Christmas Season
- A Palace For Our Kings
- Rock of Ages, Medieval Stone Masons
- William Shakespeare Henry V and the Manipulation of History
- Historic Graffiti
- Castles of Nottinghamshire
- Ritual Protection
Marks at Knowle, Kent
Telephone: 0115 854 8373
- Terror from the Skies – January 1916 the night the Zeppelins came
- Catherine Crompton’s Diary
- The Life and Travels of Robert Bruce Napoleon Walker
- A Family History Presentation along
the lines of ‘Who Do You Think You Are?
- Stanton-Gone but not Forgotten
- The History Beneath Our Feet
- A Taste of Tudor Ilkeston
- Stanton on Film
- Stanton at War 1939-1945
- Owd Ilson
Telephone: 0115 932 7495
- Nottinghamshire Castles
- A Derbyshire Railway Outing: A railway tour using a 1920s timetable.
- Aldercar and Langley Mill – 1000 Years in
- Derbyshire Associations for the Prosecution of Felons, 1703-2014:
- Policing in 19th-Century Derbyshire
- Bradshaw’s, and an Early Railway Tour: the famous railway timetable, and a mystery tour!
- Vic Hallam – One Man and his Company: from the 1920s to the 1990s
- Crime in Langley Mill 1891 – 1930
- Morlestan – South East Derbyshire before the Norman Conquest
- A History of Smalley: from medieval
times to modern open-casting.
- Wheels of Industry – Langley Mill
- History along the Erewash Valley Trail
- A Potted History of Heanor: the name says it all really
- HeanorGrammar School: Its history from beginning to end!
- Mine’s a Pint: Public Houses in the Heanor Area
- Lace, Slums and The Occasional Riot: The Making of Victorian Nottingham
- The Story of Boots: Jesse Boot, Florence and the history of the Boots Company
- A Woman’s Lot: Women’s History in Nottinghamshire, 1550-1950s
- The People’s War World War 2 in Nottinghamshire
- When The Bands Played On!
- Kill or Cure! Bygone Medicine
- The Nottinghamshire Heritage
- Rambling Into History
- Secrets, Mysteries and Curiosities of Nottinghamshire
- Mud, Munitions and Memorials: Nottinghamshire and World War One
- Nottinghamshire’s Dark Side
- Food and Drink in Tudor and Stuart Derbyshire
- Food and Drink in Tudor and Stuart Nottinghamshire
- Oatcakes: farming and diet in North Derbyshire
- What’s up with ewe? A thousand years of English sheep’s
- Eating out of house and home. – How did people in the early modern period get food when they were away from home and what sorts of food did they eat?
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Member of the Trent to Trenches Nottingham World War One Group and Arnold Local History Group
of BestwoodPark" Nottinghamshire
which will focus on the BEF in 1914
"The Battle of the Somme"
"They called it Passiondale"
My work in
schools involves a 30-minute presentation about their local war memorial and how the Great War affected their local community, followed by another 30 minutes playing with artefacts.
These are all individual talks, based on the same theme, but
which I research separately for each school.
I can do this for anywhere in the county,
Contact email email@example.com
Location: Sherwood, Nottingham
For more years than I care to remember I have been associated with the world of entertainment as an actor, broadcaster and speaker.
Two highlights are the launching of Anglia Television in Norwich and the commercial radio station Plymouth Sound in Plymouth.
As a youngster at school in Bath I failed miserably academically and on the field of sport, but I always had the leading
part in school plays!
My sister married a Canadian, so I lived in Canada for seven years appearing regularly with the London Little Theatre at the Grand Theatre, London, Ontario.
As the entertainment world is so precarious I have had to accept
other work as varied as a waiter to an attendant in a hospital morgue.
Around the age of forty, by pure chance, a new career started as a speaker and this has included eighteen cruises as the Guest Speaker on ships ranging from the ‘QE2’
ABOUT MY TALKS...
I just stand and talk with no technical aids – they always go wrong! All my talks are true stories and it goes without saying they contain no crudity.
My duration is usually 50/60 minutes.
My basic fee is £60 plus petrol, however, for special events I charge more.
Usually, I am available on short notice and am prepared to travel
anywhere in the UK.
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