Family History Society
The friendly family history society for all of North Warwickshire
NNWFHS Committee Members 2020-2021
Latest Update March 2021
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Nuneaton: Tuttle Hill windmill c1954
Nuneaton, Higham Lane: The Chase. Was the Knox family home, c1934. A true gentleman's residence. Became The Chase pub and hotel.
Nuneaton: An interesting red brick bank building with many alter egos: Social Services, Court, Police, etc_ (opened 1896-7. 2000
Nuneaton: the old Birmingham District and Counties bank building, later was Barclays bank. A good blend of red brick, terracotta and natural stone in this building. Built 1896. Photo 2000
Nuneaton: Newdegate Arms Hotel. c1900s.
Nuneaton, Market Place, The superb terracotta façade of the old Tatler cinema building (built 1907). Photo 2000
Nuneaton Market Place. Deacon and Son, saddlers.
Nuneaton: Elms School, Vicarage Street c1890.
Mancetter: alms houses (near the church).
Chilvers Coton: the old school building. Now the Heritage Centre.
Caldecote Hall c1905 - a meet of the Atherstone Hunt.
Caldecote Hall. Photo taken 1970
Bulkington: Weston Hall. Photo taken 1996
Bedworth: the alms houses. Courtesy of the John Burton collection 2.
Austrey: The Bird in Hand public house and market cross.
Austrey: The Bird in Hand public house and market cross (2)
Attleborough Hall: an interior view circa 1880.
Attleborough Hall c1905
Attleborough: Holly Trinity church and vicarage, circa 1864.
Astley Castle and church, circa 1900.
Nuneaton: Elms School, Vicarage Street. Circa 1890