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Heanor & District Local History Society

Newsletter Index

A paper copy of the index to our monthly newsletters is available at the price of £3.50 plus postage. However, we have now made the index available on-line free-of-charge, in pdf format.

The index covers from Newsletter 1, in January 1970, to the 289th edition in April 2006. Yes, we know that it hasn’t been updated for nine years, but it is on our list of things to do!!!

Please be aware that the index is 44 pages long, so it is quite a wordy document!

If you do use the index, a few words of caution.....

We have endeavoured to index every reference to be found in our newsletters. This means, however, that there are many merely passing references. In order to try to make it more meaningful, more in depth references have been highlighted in bold in the Index.

But, just because an entry is in bold, this does not necessarily mean that there is a complete article on the subject. Rather, it is a reference which may be of benefit to a person researching this subject. The decision to highlight something in bold is totally subjective, so if you order a newsletter from us, and then find that it is of no use to you, you have been warned!

The index is not guaranteed to be error-free - it has been the work of one person over many hours. If any significant errors are found, please inform the society so that corrections can be made to future editions.

Ordering Past Newsletters

Newsletters can be ordered in the same way as any of our publications - use the Contact page to get in touch, and we will let you know where to send payment. Newsletters cost 20p each (they are either two, four, or occasionally eight, sides of A4 paper), but there is a minimum order of five newsletters.

Click here to download the index

An unusual picture, taken on Station Road, Langley Mill, outside Langley Mill Boys' School, captioned "The Caravan of the German Gipsey" (sic).

Can anyone shed any light on its origin?