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Index of Previous News & Articles
from 2019

   This section contains items of news and articles that were previously featured on our Home page.
   We've kept them here in case you missed them - or want to refer back to them! Just "Click" on the item in the list below or Scroll down the page.
2019 -    4 items
Sep 2019 Publications: 2020 Calendar of "Normanby Past..."
Sep 2019 Group Members’ Visit to Sunderland
Jun 2019 Group Members’ Visit to Great Ayton
Jan 2019 Reg Lawrence: Sad News from Normanby LHG

Previous News & Articles
from 2019

2020 Calendar of "Normanby Past & Present" - 25 September 2019  

  Our group's calendars have always been popular and we have just published our new 2020 calendar.
  Once again this depicts pictures of Normanby scenes "Past & Present" taken from nearly the same viewpoints.
  So you can check whether our village has changed - or hasn't!
   Please note that this calendar is the same price as last year which sold out!

See our Publications  page for more details & availability.







2020 Normanby Calendar

Group Members’ Visit to Sunderland - 17 Sep 2019  

   Members of our group went to Sunderland by coach to spend the day exploring its history and collections.
   We went to the Museum & Winter Gardens in Mowbray Park & finished at the National Glass Centre on the waterfront.

  More information (and a link to a gallery of photos)
can be found on our Past Events  page.


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Normanby LHG Trip to Sunderland - Winter Gardens

Group Members’ Visit to Great Ayton - 24 Jun 2019  

   Members of our group spent the morning visiting Great Ayton.
   We visited All Saints Church, the Cook Family Memorial Garden and the Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum.
   Residents and members of the local history group welcomed us and provided a wealth of additional knowledge.

  More information (and a link to a gallery of photos)
can be found on our Past Events  page.


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Normanby LHG Trip to Great Ayton - All Saints Church

Reg Lawrence:
Sad News from Normanby Local History Group - 7 Jan 2019  

  Our group’s oldest member Harold Reginald Lawrence passed away peacefully on 23rd December in hospital in Newark.
  Reg had been ill for some time and has been living with his daughter in Newark.
  He was a founder member of the Group and was 95 years old.
  The funeral service was held in Normanby Methodist Chapel at 11am on Friday 18th January, followed by cremation at 12:00 at the Redcar Kirkleatham Crematorium.
  Members from our group attended the service.
  Following the cremation refreshments were provided back at the Normanby Methodist Chapel.   

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