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Reference: DCT58 Date added: 03 March 2017 Summary: Colin Joy obituary; James Paine Tercentenary 2017; 5 local historic buildings we would love to see restored; The Trust’s 70th Anniversary part 2; Local Grade 1 Listed Buildings; New Architecture at Welbeck.
Reference: DCT57 Date added: 03 March 2017 Summary: Christ Church and its spires; 100 years of St Andrew’s Methodist Church, Beckett Road; YHACS meeting at Doncaster Mansion House; Doncaster Heritage Festival events; Heritage Walks Programme 2016.
Reference: DCT56 Date added: 18 February 2016 Summary: Doncaster update with Scott Cardwell, Bursary and Mansion House updates, Early years of the Trust, the Glassby Arch, YHACS Skiptom meeting, Old Hatfield and Hatfield Woodhouse, 2016 heritage walks.
Reference: DCT55 Date added: 26 September 2015 Summary: Schools Visit to Sheffield University Architecture Dept., The Arnold Building, 39 Printing Office Street, Spending a Penny, An Evening Walk Round Bawtry, YHACS Meeting, Ilkley, A Plaque for Barnburgh.
Reference: DCT54 Date added: 26 September 2015 Summary: Conservation areas, The first Civic Society, 4 Regent Square, Repairing Bennetthorpe’s Townscape, Heritage Walks programme, St Edmund’s Church listed, Carr Grange Cemetery Lodge & archway, Cusworth Hall Gardens Trust
Reference: DCT53 Date added: 26 September 2015 Summary: North Bridge, Tree planting for the Braims, Mansion House update, 18 South Parade, H L Brown High Street, The Brick Train, Darlington and Beamish
Reference: DCT52 Date added: 1 January 2015 Summary: Sponsored ‘Discover Doncaster’ booklet, Restoration of 8 of our heritage plaques, Holgate Mill, York, The Earl of Doncaster, William Hurst’s long-forgotten plan, Doncaster Toolkit launched, Demolition of 3 redundant Council buildings: Coal House, later Council House, Arts Centre, later Civic Theatre, and Scarbrough House
Reference: DCT51 Date added: 10 September 2014 Summary: Anglo Saxon cross pendant, Eric Lawrence Braim obituary – a life’s work for the Trust, a visit to Burghwallis Hall, Doncaster’s urban smellscape, Handley Cross restored
Reference: DCT50 Date added: 4 December 2013 Summary: Doncaster Town Centre in the 1890s, Croquet at Brodsworth Hall, The Hall Cross and Ote de Tilli’s Cross, Historic Newark, Town Centre living
Reference: DCT49 Date added: 16 July 2013 Summary: Student Bursary Programme, George Haugh portrait painter, Rossington Hall, Anglo-Saxon pendant cross, Re-actions to the Civic and Cultural Quarter development, A Walk in Barton-on-Humber
Reference: DCT48 Date added: 1 May 2013 Summary: The Trust’s new education programme; The Horse & Jockey campaign; Clumber Park’s walled kitchen garden; The development of St Sepulchre Gate; Planning for Barnsley’s Dickie Bird statue; Planning Matters – Hickleton Hall
Reference: DCT47 Date added: 18 October 2012 Summary: Nostell Priory, The Story of Albion Place, St Edmund’s Church, Sprotbrough
Reference: DCT46 Date added: 12 July 2012 Summary: The St. Leger: the founder and origins of the race; The Salutation sign revisited; The future of the Mansion House; The Girls’ High School.
Reference: DCT45 Date added: 21 February 2012 Summary: The lost hamlet of Levitt Hagg, No upgrade for the former Doncaster Grammar School, From Balby to Mexborough: changes to public houses, Yorkshire’s historic pub interiors, Forward planning: Doncaster’s civic centre
Reference: DCT44 Date added: 4 October 2011 Summary: Civic Day activities, Winter Programme, Betty Braim, Interior post cards, Hooton Pagnell Church, Historic post box, Rossington Hall open afternoon, Doncaster’s changing High Street, Planning Matters, Looking for art deco
Reference: DCT43 Date added: 2 May 2011 Summary: William Lindley’s Doncaster Country Houses, Historic Pub Interiors, 2nd Members’ Forum, 100 Years of Doncaster Museum, Notts Bounty
Reference: DCT42 Date added: 26 January 2011 Summary: Annual General Meeting, the Trust gets its website, Sheffield Botanical Gardens, Doncaster’s Vanishing Streets, Conservation Area Appraisals, What’s in a Name?
Reference: DCT41 Date added: 22 November 2010 Summary: Doncaster Architects No.9 John Rawstorne; Eric Braim to stand down; Cambridge – a battle of the styles?
Reference: DCT40 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: Doncaster’s Rounded Street Corners, 20th Century Dutch Design, Hyde Park Cemetery
Reference: DCT39 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: No Decent Buildings Left in the Town? History of Doncaster Royal Infirmary, Best Laid Plans – the Sikh Temple, 4 Town Centre Demolitions 200
Reference: DCT38 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: The New Gaumont Palace 1934, the Odeon & its Contribution to Doncaster’s Music, the Gaumont’s Frieze Revealed, Destination Herten
Reference: DCT37 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: The New Sikh Temple, Curtains for the Odeon, Hall Gate – “This Once Great Street”, Christ Church Terrace, Destination Newcastle-Gateshead
Reference: DCT36 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: The Regent Square Lion, Art Deco – Putting Fun into Function, The Guildhall’s Portico Columns
Reference: DCT35 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: Doncaster Christ Church Graveyard, Leger Way Landmarks, the Guthrie Connection & the Ambassador’s Residence, Middlesbrough mima and the Transporter Bridge
Reference: DCT34 Date added: 12 May 2010 Summary: The Sand House, Uncertain Future for the Grammar School, Burton Agnes Hall, St Sepulchre Gate West and its Pubs, Handley Cross
Reference: DCT33 Date added: 10 May 2010 Summary: Finale for the Gaumont? Doncaster’s Future: Design & Planning, Wentworth Castle Gardens
Reference: DCT32 Date added: 10 May 2010 Summary: Bennetthorpe & the Earl of Doncaster Hotel, Summer Visits – 3 Fine Houses, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Reference: DCT31 Date added: 10 May 2010 Summary: Mr Straw’s House at Worksop, Town Conservation Areas Consultation Event, Who Lived There? (no 4) – Briarcliffe, Thorne Road, St George, Bloomsbury & the British Museum
Reference: DCT30 Date added: 10 May 2010 Summary: The Show Goes On, Girls’ High School Listing Bid, Who Lived There? (no 3) – 7 Hall Gate, New Racecourse Hotel