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Pentrich revolution

John Neal

Pentrich revolution

by John Neal

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Published by Pentrich Church Restoration Appeal Committee in [Pentrich] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Neal ; foreword by M. I. Thomis.
The Physical Object
Pagination108p. ;
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17939983M

The Pentrich Revolution In June , a group of almost lightly armed men from the Derbyshire villages of Pentrich and South Wingfield marched towards Nottingham. They believed they would join a larger group of revolutionaries marching from the North toward London in .   The Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group have commissioned education resources for KS2 pupils and KS3 students. Both sets of resources will be sent to your school via the councils central mailing system in the next few days. Each envelope, which bears the groups distinctive logo, has an introductory letter and concise overview of The.

  Reading Sarah's post about the Pentrich Revolution of a few days ago, made me think of the material we have in the Local Studies Library, here at the Record Office, on this important local event. Over the years there have been many books and articles published, which you can come to . 'The Pentrich Revolution' and its companion book 'The Nottingham Captain' have been written to celebrate the th anniversary of the Derbyshire Rising of 'The Nottingham Captain' is a non-fiction novel that imagines the characters behind the events in The Pentrich Revolution history.

  The Pentrich Revolution, named after the Derbyshire village where final plans were hatched, began on the night of June 9, , when around . 'The Pentrich Revolution' and its companion book 'The Nottingham Captain' have been written to celebrate the th anniversary of the Derbyshire Rising of 'The Nottingham Captain' is a non-fiction novel that imagines the characters behind the events in The Pentrich Revolution s: 2.


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The village gave its name to the Pentrich rising, an armed uprising which occurred on the night of 9/10 June The name is controversial.

[citation needed] While much of the planning took place in Pentrich, two of the three ringleaders were from South Wingfield and the Pentrich revolution book was from Sutton in Ashfield; the 'revolution' itself started from Hunt's Barn in South Wingfield, and the only District: Amber Valley.

The Pentrich rising was an armed uprising in that began around the village of Pentrich, Derbyshire, in the United occurred on the night of 9–10 June While much of the planning took place in Pentrich, two of the three ringleaders were from South Wingfield and the other was from Sutton in Ashfield; the 'revolution' itself started from Hunt's Barn in South Wingfield, and.

The Pentrich and South Wingfield Revolution Group. Charles Booth was the last man standing living to be almost years old - George Weightman was the last of the Pentrich revolution book men to die in - 6 members of the Bacon family took part in the revolution - 4 members of the Ludlam family took part in the revolution - 8 members of the Elliott family took part in the revolution - 6 members of the.

Events will mark th anniversary of Pentrich Revolution, when weavers and miners tried to overthrow the government Stephen Bates Wed 7 Jun EDT Last modified on Wed 7 Jun EDTAuthor: Stephen Bates. PENTRICH REVOLUTION BY JOHN NEAL.

Taken from he original book by John Neal meticulously transcribed by Frances Bedford. This book gives a sympathetic account of the trials and also includes an interview with Charles Booth, the last man standing. A slightly. 'The Pentrich Revolution' and its companion book 'The Nottingham Captain' have been written to celebrate the th anniversary of the Derbyshire Rising of 'The Nottingham Captain' is a non-fiction novel that imagines the characters behind the events in The Pentrich Revolution s: 3.

Outside Derbyshire the tale of the Pentrich Rising may not be widely known but its purpose and significance should never be forgotten.

Derby-based Big Adventures Theatre Company is celebrating its 20th anniversary by staging The Last Revolution, a community musical about the Pentrich Rising.

About 45 people will appear in the production. Pentrich & South Wingfield Revolution Group. likes 29 talking about this. Our aim is to keep the Pentrich Rising in the public domain and raise awareness of this forgotten revolution.

The Industrial Revolution began to change Pentrich very early on. The Milestone at Plaque 5 was made by J Haywood Jnr, marking the arrival of the T urnpike road which came through late in the 18 th century, and from which Pentrich residents could collect income.

At about the same time () Butterley Engineering Ltd was. Research of the Pentrich & South Wingfield Revolution of   Two hundred years ago the Pentrich Uprising - the last attempt at armed revolution in England - saw government agents and a rigged trial used to. There are also a number of books about the rising, which can be found on the open shelves in Local Studies under ‘Pentrich’, including: J.

Neal () Pentrich Revolution; John Stevens () England’s Last Revolution: Pentrich ; Keith R Clark () The Pentrich Revolution: a modern look at the places of interest.

Today (and tomorrow morning) mark the th anniversary of the Pentrich Rising in Sometimes referred to as ‘England’s last revolution’, the rising took place on the evening of 9 June and the morning of 10 June.

Around 50 radicals assembled at about 10pm on 9 June near the village of Pentrich, Derbyshire with a small number of. The Pentrich Revolution of England's Last Armed Rebellion - Duration: James Reader views.

Reform and Revolution Crash Course European History #25 - Duration: Research of the Pentrich & South Wingfield Revolution of Hiya Christine, Could do with you contacting me to be added to the Booth Book. England's last revolution: Pentrich [Stevens, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

England's last revolution: Pentrich /5(3). Pentrich revolution, [Joan Pentrich Festival Organising Committee. Sinar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Joan Pentrich Festival Organising Committee. Sinar. The Pentrich Revolution - the attempted working class revolt against the government of the day by a band of men from Derbyshire - is an almost forgotten part of history.

Resonating with many of today's societal issues the plotting of the uprising and the betrayal within the ranks as well as the devastating consequences for the leaders of Reviews: 2.

On June 9,a group of village men from Pentrich in Derbyshire rose up in rebellion against the Crown. It was dubbed “the Last Revolution in England,” though it might have more accurately been called a government-inspired provocation to action, designed to justify repression.

Pentrich & South Wingfield Revolution Group. likes 26 talking about this. Our aim is to keep the Pentrich Rising in the public domain and raise awareness of this forgotten revolution. th Anniversary - Revolution Walk The story of England's last revolution - June 9th  The Parish of Pentrich is a quiet village located in the heart of Derbyshire in the Amber Valley.

The village is now best known for the uprising of June and is regarded as 'England's last revolution'.It would not be quite the glorious revolution they hoped for. A plaque marking the site where Brandreth and his cohorts gathered. The night of the 8 th of June (or possibly the 9 th, records disagree), Brandreth and his men gathered at a pub in Pentrich.Take a look at our World Book Day photos.

Meet Class 4 - what a handsome lot! We dressed up as characters from Roald Dahl's books. Can you guess who we are? Take a look at Class 4 enjoying the sketching the autumn view. Pentrich Revolution; Maths Champions; English Champions; Fractions, fractions, fractions!

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