Indexed by every relevant weekly edition found, this is an entire years coverage of archived Huthwaite news from the Nottinghamshire Free Press 1934 publications helping detail Huthwaite developments.
Searching through Sutton Library archives for subjective headed columns may have missed a few items, and transcribing may edit out lengthier or less relevant matters. Nevertheless, all coverage is given containing full relevant details, retaining original older style punctuation and possible spelling variations.
Greatest concern this year was the Notts County Council deciding to disestablish the Huthwaite Urban District Council in favour of adding it with surround parishes to an enlarged Sutton District government. It provoked G.G. Bonser into forwarding designs for a new town emblem, although the unhappy Huthwaite Council chairman dismissed ideas of a rampant lion in favour of reflecting a more appropriate spider.
Written 06 Mar 15 Revised 01 May 15 © by Gary Elliott