Quorn Clubs, Societies and Sport
This category encompasses many different
village groups, some of which are still thriving such as the Scouts
and Guides and the British Legion. Others such as the Temperance Association
and the Blooming Rose Lodge of Oddfellows are long gone. Although
the sporting clubs, societies and the Quorn Hunt figure prominently,
the charities are particularly interesting as they are in the main
ancient organisations, such as the Townlands Charity (a major landowner
in past times), with a history going back hundreds of years.
Total: 282 artefacts returned over 29 pages
| Opening of Quorn Football Club new ground, 1960|
Loughborough Echo, Friday, September 2nd, 1960.
QUORN F.C. - NEW GROUND AND ...... cont.
| Quorn Scouts in WW1|
The first Scout troop in Quorn is recorded in 1912, just two years before WW1 started. ...... cont.
| Quorn Brownies, early/mid 1960s|
Quorn Brownies in the early/mid 1960.
Can anyone provide any names?
16 - ...... cont.
| Quorn Brownies and Guides, late 1950s|
As detailed in cont.
| Daphne Oxenford with Quorn Brownies, 1958|
Many people will remember Daphne Oxenford as a well known presenter of ‘Listen with ...... cont.
| Church Room fundraising fete, June 1929|
In 1922 a committee was formed to raise funds for the building of a Church Room. Several ...... cont.
| Quorn Church Rooms, 1979 golden jubilee order of service|
In September 1979 the golden jubilee of Quorn Church Rooms was celebrated with a week of ...... cont.
| Quorn Church Rooms, 1979 golden jubilee programme|
In 1979 Quorn Church Rooms celebrated its golden jubilee, having served the village for ...... cont.
| Quorn Church Room Programme of Events 1938/39|
Quorn Church Room opened in 1929 and provided a much needed focal point for church and ...... cont.
| Cycle racing on Quorn Green!|
Before it became a car park, Quorn Green in the centre of the village, on Station Road ...... cont.