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Quorn Village Publications

Various modern day publications exist relating to Quorn village. Some of these are detailed below along with information on how to buy.


 For Your Tomorrow For Your Tomorrow

Remembering Quorn’s Fallen Soldiers 1914 to 1918
Sue Templeman

As part of Quorn’s WW1 centenary commemorations, Sue Templeman has published this book detailing the lives of the 78 brave young men from Quorn who died.

The book is not a military history; it looks behind the carved names on the war memorial and throws light on the lives, homes, families and communities of these boys and men. It tells their stories and gives them a voice, so that we can appreciate more fully the sacrifice they made, and remember that ‘for our tomorrows’, they really did ‘give their today’. There are over 200 illustrations, and many pictures of the individual soldiers.

Quorn Parish Council has funded for this full coIour magazine quality edition of the book to be distributed to every household in Quorn, free of charge. There are limited number of additional copies for purchase (price £5.00). Please contact the Parish Clerk for Quorn, Christina Gibbs.

In 2015, it is intended that the book will be republished for sale, in a more permanent format, with additional information.


 Quorndon Through The Newspapers Quorndon Through The Newspapers 1754 to 1850

By Christine and Peter Sibcy
This unique local history book published in August 2014 relates to Quorn during the period 1754 to 1850.

The book faithfully transcribes articles from local and national newspapers concerning events in Quorn such as births, marriages and deaths, petty sessions, court cases, sales of property and possessions, and other events. The articles are reproduced to show, as nearly as possible, how they were printed in the newspapers. It contains 364 pages, A4 size and is a ‘perfect bound’ book.

The price is £20.00 including UK postage, or £15.50 if collected. Please email christinesibcy@tiscali.co.uk.


 The Kelcey Walks The Kelcey Walks

A special limited edition book, ‘The Kelcey Walks’ lavishly illustrated with photographs from the last century with an intriguing ‘then and now’ photo section.

Using a series of five walks around the village as written by the Reverend Edward Food-Kelcey in 1908, you can retrace his footsteps and easily visualise Quorn as it looked exactly 100 years ago.

>> read more on The Kelcey Walks


 Bygone Quorn in Photographs Bygone Quorn in Photographs

By Don Wix, this is the definitive book about the history of Quorn Village. Over 300 historical images, anecdotes, documents, maps, and records with descriptions and discussion.

>> read more on Bygone Quorn in Photographs


 Quorn Then and Now Quorn Then and Now

Containing over 400 photographs dating back to the 1890s,‘Quorn Then And Now is a book by Mike Speight. The book also includes copies of many interesting documents - including the programme of events to celebrate the opening of the Village Hall in 1889 and the 1953 Coronation celebrations.

>> read more on Quorn Then and Now


 Old Quorn Tales Old Quorn Tales and Louie: Her Remarkable East Midlands Life

Old Quorn Tales was written by a local resident, Harry Limbert some years ago. The three volumes contain recollections of many villagers in Quorn, mainly from the early to mid 1900s.

Louie: Her Remarkable East Midlands Life by Jon Turner, tells the story of the life of Louise Burrows. Louise was a teacher at Quorn Primary School and in 1910 became engaged to D H Lawrence.

Reprint is a local private publishing company based in Loughborough. They specialise in local history and have published several books about Quorn.
For more details about these or other books published by Reprint and how to order them, please go to www.reprintuk.com.


 The Future The Future

In researching the material for this website, we have unearthed literally hundreds of features, articles and photographs relating to Quorn. Our priority is to encompass them all on this site, but at the same time we will be looking to publish some of the material in a printed book. We are already formulating ideas on content, so please watch this space.


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