Welcome to the Repton Village History Group.
Here you will find a description of the RVHG, including a brief outline of the activities of the group and details of many of the interesting historical facts associated with this ancient community.
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Here is a list of the updates to the Repton History Group website.
|WWII War Graves||27 December 2013||WWII war graves in Repton|
|Parish Boundaries||19 January 2014||Walking the Parish Boundaries of Repton|
|Roll of Honour||26 January 2014||The names of those who died in WWI and WW2 listed at Repton Church|
|Cemetery and Arboretum Memorial Inscriptions||14 February 2014||Memorial inscriptions from Monsom Lane Cemetery and Repton Arboretum|
|WWII Memorial||28 February 2014||An insight into the lives of those named on the Memorial|
|A History of Bretby Village||4 May 2014||A description by Richard Wain|
|We Will Remember Them||22 August 2014||Latest publication – a memorial to those who died in WWI|
|Farewell to the NatWest Bank||22 September 2014||A brief history of the bank in Repton|
|Repton Rink||25 March 2015||A building that was a roller skating rink, cinema, dance hall, meeting place and the first village hall|
|A Stroll Through Repton of Yesteryear||17 May 2015||Latest publication – Based on memories of many of the little enterprises in Repton with a fold out map and many photographs from the 1970s and much earlier.|
|Repton and Milton’s Inheritance||15 Jan 2017||A brief history of the parish identifying significant features and buildings – with maps|
|Viking Re-enactment||30 June 2018||The Vikings return to Repton|
|Repton Clocks||14 February 2021||Clockmakers of Repton|
|Poppy Book||20 February 2021||A memorial to those from Repton, Milton, Foremarke and Ingleby who fell in World War I|
|Poppy Book Index||20 February 2021||A list of names related to a memorial to those from Repton, Milton, Foremarke and Ingleby who fell in World War I|