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Worksop Musical Society ticket Nottinghamshire Archives holds a wide variety of records relating to clubs and societies, which have been deposited either by the clubs and societies themselves, or by individuals.

The index can be searched either by category or alphabetically. Go to the category listing.

The lists are available in PDF pdf logo format. Please note that none of the files are more than 150KB in size, and most are less than 100KB.

The index provides information as to what material has been deposited, the date range and also the reference number.

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Alphabetical listing

Please note that due to the size of the alphabetical list for 'N', it has been sub-divided into separate lists as follows: Newark; Nottingham; Nottingham and Nottinghamshire; and Nottinghamshire.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Newark

Nottingham

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

Nottinghamshire

Numerical

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Category listing

Agricultural

Armed Services

Arts

Black Organisations

Charitable

Civic Societies

Co-Operatives

Dancing and Drama

Education

Environmental

Freemasons, Chivalry and Templars

Friendly Societies

Health

Historical and Archaeological

Horticultural

Land and Property

Literary and Debating

Men's Groups

Musical

Political and Pressure Groups

Religious

Science and Natural History

Social

Societies for the Prosecution of Felons

Sports and Leisure Activities

Temperance

Voluntary Sector

Women's Groups

Youth Organisations

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