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The Village Gazete – Issue 1The Village Gazete – Issue 1
OVER 90% VOTED “YES”! In the recent Calverton Neighbourhood Plan referendum 1430 residents voted “YES” whilst there were 80 who voted “NO”, a majority of
Until the opening of the colliery in 1952, the greatest social change in Calverton’s history had been arguably the parliamentary enclosure of 1778–80. By the
The Domesday survey indicates that the Calverton of 1086 was held by three parties: the Archbishop of York had one part, as a berewick (or
A quick introduction, my name is Michael Whitehead, I grew up in Calverton and went to Colonel Frank Seely school in the 80’s. About a