Normanton on Soar : Historic Buildings Bomber Crash Memorial A memorial plaque to four members of the RAF who were killed when a Wellington Bomber crashed in the Village on 19th April 1944 has been erected ... Click for more details
Normanton on Soar : Historic Buildings The Chain Ferry The Chain Ferry is located in the south of the village and was mentioned earliest on a map from 1771. It is one of the few ... Click for more details
Normanton on Soar : Historic Buildings Manor House (not open to visit) The Manor House is situated on Main Street. It is a Victorian residence built in 1863 on the site of an earlier building ... Click for more details
Normanton on Soar : Historic Buildings The Old Post Office (Not open to visit) This is the oldest house in the village and the only lived in ‘cruck’ building in Nottinghamshire. The crucks are dated ... Click for more details
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