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Hodthorpe Until the 1890s the Wesleyan (Methodist) chapel (1834) was the only place of worship in the village. Eventually the local miners raised money to build the Anglican chapel of St. Martin in 1897, known as the ‘Tin Chapel’. These have both since closed. The Methodist chapel, closed circa 1960, has since become a metal-works, while the Anglican chapel and its village hall were demolished in 1995, the land sold off and redeveloped as apartments.
Hodthorpe The village gets its name from John Hoddings, who planned the village, "Hod" coming from "Hoddings", and "thorpe" Anglo-Saxon for village.
Hodthorpe The heritage site of Creswell Crags, famous for its prehistoric cave art, lies close to the village.
Hodthorpe The C.of.E. Junior & Infants School was built on Queens Road, the official opening being carried out by the 6th Duke of Portland on Tuesday, January 17th, 1905.
Hodthorpe The Cheshire Horse Artillery had stables on the south side of Queens Road, the location being chosen because of the nearby stud farm at Welbeck Abbey. These stables were bombed during the Second World War.
Hodthorpe Hodthorpe is an urban village in the parish of Whitwell, Bolsover, Derbyshire, lying close to the Nottinghamshire border and on the edge of Sherwood Forest. The village has two principal streets, Queens Road (the main road running through the village) and Kings Street. It has one shop, a Post Office, a village primary school, and a Working men's club. There are two parks.
Hodthorpe The village was founded in 1804, following the first sinking of mine shafts at neighbouring Whitwell. There was great resentment in Whitwell at this time to the influx of coal miners, and so the Welbeck Abbey estate agreed to Hodthorpe's foundation. The village was on the local branch railway line, with its own (now disused) halt.
David Jones (cricketer, born 1914) David Jones (9 April 1914 – 28 July 1998) was an English cricketer. Jones was a right-handed batsman whose bowling style is unknown. He was born at Hodthorpe, Bolsover, Derbyshire.
Belph Belph is a village or hamlet in the District of Bolsover, Derbyshire, England. It is part of the Welbeck Abbey Estate, on the edge of Sherwood Forest. The village is south-east of Hodthorpe, south-east of Whitwell and south-west of Worksop (where the population is listed). The village is the easternmost settlement in Derbyshire.
Robert Hendy-Freegard Robert Hendy-Freegard IBPM 2 (born Anas Tarhi, 1 March 1971) is a Moroccan barman, car salesman, conman and impostor who masqueraded as an MI5 agent and fooled several people to go underground for fear of IRA assassination. He was born in Hodthorpe, a small village near Whitwell, in Derbyshire.