Survey Results

We have so far surveyed two distinct regions as part of a Heritage Lottery funded Pilot Project. These are the District of Bolsover for Derbyshire, and the Sherwood Forest region for Nottinghamshire. For the purpose of the pilot, this latter area was deemed to be between Newark and Mansfield.

The following write-ups are a brief guide to the type, quantity and quality of the graffiti identified in each building, with a small amount of initial analysis. When more survey results are obtained, we hope to be able to make comparisons and connections within the counties, and potentially between the two counties.

We will also be conducting archival and documentary research, and this will be added to the write-ups as we progress.

To see results from our survey venues, click on the links below. To view images click on the ‘image slideshow’ – use the right & left arrows to scroll through. A description of each image can be found in the ‘comments’ section below the images.

(Please note, this is a work in progress and only the buildings we have fully surveyed have been written up so far. If the link doesn’t work, it just means we haven’t finished the venue yet – so please check back later! Dates, in brackets, after the venue reflects the year the venue was surveyed)

Nottinghamshire

  1. Averham – St. Michael and All Angels (2017)
  2. Edwinstowe – St. Mary’s (2016)
  3. Egmanton – Church of Our Lady (2016)
  4. Hawton – All Saints (2015)
  5. Kelham – St. Wilfrid’s (2016)
  6. Southwell – Archbishop’s Palace (2016)
  7. Southwell  – Minster (2015-16)
  8. Newark – Magnus building, Civil War Centre (2016)
  9. Newark – St. Mary’s (2016)
  10. Sutton-On-Trent – All Saints (2016)

Venues Scoped

  1. Annesley – All Saints (2017)
  2. Aslockton – St. Thomas (2017)
  3. Balderton – St. Giles (2017)
  4. Barmby-in-the-willows, All Saints (2017)
  5. Car Colston – St. Mary (2017)
  6. Cotham – St. Michael (2017)
  7. Eakring – St. Andrews (2017)
  8. East Bridgford – St. Peter (2017)
  9. East Markham – St. John the Baptist (2016)
  10. East Stoke – St. John the Baptist (2017)
  11. Fledborough – St. Gregory (2016)
  12. Lambley – All Saints (2017)
  13. Maplebeck – St. Radegund (2017)
  14. Rolleston – Holy Trinity (2017)
  15. Thorpe – St. Lawrence (2017)
  16. Wellow – St. Swithins (2017)
  17. Winkburn – St. John of Jerusalem (2017)
  18. Woodborough – St. Swithun (2017)

 

Derbyshire

  1. Ault Hucknall – St. John the Baptist (2016)
  2. Bolsover – St. Mary & St. Laurence (2015)
  3. Bolsover Castle (2016)
  4. Clowne – St. John the Baptist (2016)
  5. Hardwick Hall (2016-17)
  6. Langwith – St. Michael’s (2016)
  7. Pleasley – St. Michael’s (2016)
  8. Scarcliffe – St. Leonard (2016)
  9. Sutton Scarsdale – St. Mary (2016)
  10. Whitwell  – St. Laurence (2015)
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