The Heritage of Rutland Water - Contents Researching Rutland	Registered Charity No 700273 Rutland Local History & Record Society
12 Whitwell: A ‘pretty little village’ Sue Howlett 283 13 Changing Communities Paul Reeve 303 Aspects of Topography: Normanton Park Road 314 14 Rutland Waters Robert Ovens & Sheila Sleath 315 Aspects of Topography: A New Wetland Habitat 348 15 Don’t Dam Rutland Hilary Crowden 349 Aspects of Topography: Normanton Bridge 358 16 The Geology of the Middle Gwash Valley Clive Jones 359 Aspects of Topography: Bull Bridge 368 17 Planning and Constructing the Reservoir Robert Ovens & Sheila Sleath 369 Map of Archaeological Sites in the Middle Gwash Valley / Archaeological Timeline 402 18 Brooches, Bathhouses and Bones – Archaeology in the Gwash Valley Kate Don 403 Aspects of Topography: High Bridge Road 414 19 The Archaeologists Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 415 20 Medieval Settlements at Nether Hambleton and Whitwell Tim Clough 421 Aspects of Topography: Gibbet Lane 444 21 Lost Homes Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 445 Aspects of Topography: The Stamford to Oakham Turnpike 480 22 Rutland Water: Planning and Developing a Water Supply Reservoir as a World-Class Leisure Venue David Moore 481 23 Fauna and Flora before Rutland Water Mike Griffin 499 Aspects of Topography: Old Barnsdale Hill 528 24 Tim Appleton MBE – Thirty Years of Rutland Water Nature Reserve Sue Howlett & Robert Ovens 529 25 The Birds of Rutland Water Terry Mitcham 575 26 A New Home for the Osprey Barrie Galpin 587 27 A Panorama of Activities at Rutland Water Robert Ovens & Sheila Sleath 601 28 Rutland Water Fishing John Wadham 611 29 Sailing on Rutland Water – Rutland Sailing Club Tony Gray & Mike Barsby 625 Aspects of Topography: New Barnsdale Hill 642 30 Extra, Extra, Read all about it! Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 643 Bibliography 665 Index (Name) Index (General) Dust Jacket (Reverse)
The Heritage of Rutland Water - Contents
Contents: Click blue link to read Map of Rutland, circa 1840, with Rutland Water superimposed 2 Foreword 7 The Middle Gwash Valley before and after Rutland Water 8 Acknowledgements 9 Introduction and Abbreviations 11 1 Working the Soil – the Generation of Wealth 1086 to 1800 Ian Ryder 13 2 The Agricultural Revolution and Beyond Edward Baines 25 3 Barnsdale Sue Howlett 45 4 Burley on the Hill Sue Howlett 55 5 Edith Weston: A Queen’s Dowry Sue Howlett 93 6 Egleton: A Glimpse into the Past Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 117 7 Empingham: An Entire Model Village Sue Lee & Jean Orpin 133 8 Hambleton: The Settlement on the Crooked Hill Sue Howlett 149 Aspects of Topography: Lost Footpaths, Footbridges and Bridleways 192 9 Lower Hambleton in 1797 Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 193 Aspects of Topography: An Ancient Ridgeway 210 10 Manton: A ‘Town on a Rock’ Manton Millennium Group 211 11 Normanton Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 231 Aspects of Topography: The Egleton to Nether Hambleton Road 282 12 Whitwell: A ‘pretty little village’ Sue Howlett 283 13 Changing Communities Paul Reeve 303 Aspects of Topography: Normanton Park Road 314 14 Rutland Waters Robert Ovens & Sheila Sleath 315 Aspects of Topography: A New Wetland Habitat 348 15 Don’t Dam Rutland Hilary Crowden 349 Aspects of Topography: Normanton Bridge 358 16 The Geology of the Middle Gwash Valley Clive Jones 359 Aspects of Topography: Bull Bridge 368 17 Planning and Constructing the Reservoir Robert Ovens & Sheila Sleath 369 Map of Archaeological Sites in the Middle Gwash Valley / Archaeological Timeline 402 18 Brooches, Bathhouses and Bones – Archaeology in the Gwash Valley Kate Don 403 Aspects of Topography: High Bridge Road 414 19 The Archaeologists Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 415 20 Medieval Settlements at Nether Hambleton and Whitwell Tim Clough 421 Aspects of Topography: Gibbet Lane 444 21 Lost Homes Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 445 Aspects of Topography: The Stamford to Oakham Turnpike 480 22 Rutland Water: Planning and Developing a Water Supply Reservoir as a World-Class Leisure Venue David Moore 481 23 Fauna and Flora before Rutland Water Mike Griffin 499 Aspects of Topography: Old Barnsdale Hill 528 24 Tim Appleton MBE – Thirty Years of Rutland Water Nature Reserve Sue Howlett & Robert Ovens 529 25 The Birds of Rutland Water Terry Mitcham 575 26 A New Home for the Osprey Barrie Galpin 587 27 A Panorama of Activities at Rutland Water Robert Ovens & Sheila Sleath 601 28 Rutland Water Fishing John Wadham 611 29 Sailing on Rutland Water – Rutland Sailing Club Tony Gray & Mike Barsby 625 Aspects of Topography: New Barnsdale Hill 642 30 Extra, Extra, Read all about it! Sheila Sleath & Robert Ovens 643 Bibliography 665 Index (Name) Index (General) Dust Jacket (Reverse)
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