Tollerton is a vibrant resident-led village, some 5 miles south of Nottingham, currently with 2200 residents across a wide age profile. There are 870 houses, a primary school, two churches, a Post Office, pub and several small shops.
The village has a rich and varied history stretching back to 1086 when it had an honourable mention in the Domesday Book. Over the last 18 months the Tollerton Village History Group has extensively researched the village’s history and gathered memories from many former and current residents and their relatives. All this has been compiled into a book entitled ‘Tollerton: A Village History’ which was launched on 9 May, 2015.
The history group has now created a web site in order to share new information and images that have become available since the publication of the book. http://tollertonvillagehistory.co.uk/
The web site is an on-going project and new information/images are being regularly added. If you have any items of interest that could be added or have suggestions about how the web site could be further developed please do contact us, we would be delighted to hear from you. http://tollertonvillagehistory.co.uk/contact-us/
Members of the Tollerton Village History Group
(L-R) Jayne Thompson, Peter Brooker, Yvonne Burbanks, Julian Smith, Liz Fradd, Barbara Storrie