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miners of Nottinghamshire

Alan Ramsay Griffin

miners of Nottinghamshire

a history of the Nottinghamshire Miners" Association (now the Notts. Area of the National Union of Mineworkers)

by Alan Ramsay Griffin

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Published by Nottingham Printers in (Nottingham .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementVol. I. - 1881 to 1914.
SeriesBritish trade union history collection -- 157a
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 212 p. :
Number of Pages212
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19826117M

The political history of Nottinghamshire centres round the town and castle of Nottingham, which was seized by Robert of Gloucester on behalf of Maud in ; captured by John in ; surrendered to Henry III by the rebellious barons in ; formed an important station of Edward III in the Scottish wars; and in was the scene of a council where three of the lords appellant were appealed of treason.   In Nottinghamshire County Council declared the man-made mount of Silverhill Wood the highest point in the county when they unveiled a sculpture of a miner Author: Kit Sandeman.

(1). when ex-miners write to their MP`s only for the MP to say the UK government contributed into the same MPS, the same MP`s seem to ignore or are unaware the fact the UK government took a long contributions holiday prior to privatisation, so what is the contribution those MP`s are telling the miners they contributed, “ the UK gov paid into the MPS, = 0p, “ only to take approaching £9. North Nottinghamshire miners, especially, had reason to trust the May headline of Coal News, the official NCB newspaper read widely throughout the coalfields, that there was a ‘Certain Future for East Midlands Coal’. Several geographical and economic reasons contributed to by: 4.

  Read "The –85 Miners Strike in Nottinghamshire If Spirit Alone Won Battles: The Diary of John Lowe" by Jonathan Symcox available from Rakuten Kobo. John Lowe was at the forefront of the fight for jobs during the twelve months of the miners strike from as the el Brand: Pen & Sword Books.   The Nottinghamshire miners had been manipulated by the government also, told that their pits were safe from closure in , they had been reluctant to join the strike. If any more proof of the governments intentions to completely split the organised miners in half and push them against each other was needed, then this was it, most of the.


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The Miners of Nottinghamshire by GRIFFIN, Alan R. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The scars left by the /85 Great Strike for Jobs are still raw in Nottinghamshire, thirty years later.

There, the majority of the National Union of Mineworkers did not support their union, working throughout the strike, later forming the Union of Democratic Miners/5(28). Nottinghamshire & the Miners Strike Being a Notts lad with previous generations of my family working at Notts pits (but having not lived there myself since ) and a life-long trade unionist the /85 miners strike has always interested me, yet strangely I.

In the book a case is put that far from being miners of Nottinghamshire book blacklegs of "Spencerite mythology" it can be argued that the majority of the Nottinghamshire Miners in adhered to time honoured custom and practice in line with moderate traditions within the NUM and their stance taken during the strike was a rebellion against what was.

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If Spirit Alone Followers:   Revealed: The lost language of Nottinghamshire’s miners. With the decline of mining as an industry, the language is also in danger of becoming : Sarah Bryan. Thanks Limey, you forget sometimes the sort of conditions men worked under.

There are the accident books for various pits held at both the Notts and the Derbyshire Record offices, as well as the records of the Nottinghamshire Miners Association up at the N.U.M.

library in Mansfield which might include widows pensions. Excellent account of the /5 Miners Strike for Jobs in the UK; written from inside the 'scab' county of Nottingham. Powerful and indicates the extremes the government was prepared to take to destroy the NUM, and that the purpose of destroying the NUM was not just about making coal mining "profitable" but about actually destroying the coal industry/5.

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FREE Shipping Due to COVID, orders may be : Harry Paterson. This rekindled my interest in the brass discs so I read all the books about the history of the early Nottinghamshire miners I could get hold of.

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(Alan Ramsey). Miners of Nottinghamshire, London, Allen & Unwin [] (OCoLC) But that was a bit much for the miners at the rally. The Nottinghamshire miners’ leaders last hope for a ballot was squashed at the special delegate conference on 19 April Delegates voted to change the rules so that a simple majority would trigger a strike and threw out calls for a ballot.

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This rekindled my interest in the brass discs so I read all the books about the history of the early Nottinghamshire miners I could get hold of. I found many references to the Nottinghamshire Miners' Association, including details of its struggle for survival and recognition from its foundation in late through to its merger with the.Get this from a library!

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