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YouTube videos about Wolds historyAll by Bob Trubshaw
Why Wymeswold church's 1830s restoration was a controversial 'trend setter'.
A selection of Philip Brown's photographs of Wymeswold taken about 1890 to the 1920s.
Why is Wymeswold like it is? A look at the Anglo-Saxon origins of the Wolds.
Includes a mention for a harrow site to the east of Burton on the Wolds.
Includes the former Durham Ox at Six Hills.
Why the so-called 'Belvoir angels' on Charnwood slate gravestones aren't from the Vale of Belvoir. And aren't angels either.
Comparing the 'plaster pits' at Burton on the Wolds with those in Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire.
Are places such as Hoton, Hose and Wysall evidence for pre-christian boundary shrines?
The evidence for an Anglo-Saxon horse cult revealed at the cemetery by the Fosse Way at Willoughby on the Wolds.
The most important of the Roman roads, after the Fosse Way, is the so-called Salters Way running from Barrow on Soar to Six Hills and on to Goadby Marwood.
A follow-on to the Roman roads video which looks at the medieval salt ways – which could have originated in the Neolithic.
Lots more videos, mostly about Leicestershire and adjoining counties, on Bob Trubshaw's YouTube channel www.youtube.com/@BobTrubshaw