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Comments 2018

13 Feb 2018

I had to write and say how fantastic your Mapperley History site is.
I loved it - such hard work.

We do Geocaching - which is like a treasure hunt from given coordinates and someone has set one where you have to find about history of things in certain places and two of them involve Mapperley. Once I started reading your site - it was like a good book - I couldn't put it down. I just had to contact you to tell you.

Once again an excellent site.



Comments 2017


30 Jan 2018

What a fantastic website, honestly the best I have ever seen. Well done, you have worked wonders.



3 Oct 2017

I have had so much pleasure seeing all the photos and reading all the stories.


22 Sep 2017

Hello, I have just discovered these marvellous photos. The little girl at the end of the middle row is me. I lived in Shipley at the time in a house called, 'The Gardens'. I think the year was 1951 as I left Mapperley school when I was 7 years old. I can't tell you how wonderful it has been to look through all these photos and see my lovely old friends whom I haven't seen or heard of since the day I left. Thank you.



19 May 2017

We hope to visit your village and finding your site I'll be sending my relatives the link - really interesting and informative - thank you.



4 May 2017

Just looking at your excellent site. I have a photograph which I think will interest you and will send to you.



30 April 2017
Your site is very impressive, full of interesting stuff, and you are to be commended for all your work on it.  Well done.



April 2017
It was nice to read about Mapperley Village in Ilkeston Life newspaper as my grandmother was born in the village and may still have a relation there who could be her great niece, I think her grandma Rose was my grandmothers sister. My grandmother is buried in the church yard under the name of Gertrude Stenson her maiden name was Birkin and the desk in the church was given by her a long while ago, it was still there about 5 years ago. I wish I could be there with you for your celebrations but can't as I live in Cornwall. Wishing you all the best.



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