Old Rothley Photographs Album 9 History of the Future
It is easy to forget that we are making history everyday in Rothley but where will it be seen in 100 years time? Time to include a page that shows a few photographs from early 2000 onwards.
The Silver Star Garage, (Rothley Service Station) Loughborough Road, Rothley ready for demolition. August 2005
Rothley Service Station in 2003
The garage at the side of The Rothley Service Station. 2003
The Silver Star Garage, Loughborough Road, Rothley in final stage of demolition. November 2005
This was the Rothley Telephone Exchange many years ago. Woodgate, Rothley. 2003
The Primitive Methodist Chapel closed in the 1950's and now a private house in Mountsorrel lane, Rothley. 2003
Rothley Millennium Village Sign at The Ridings/Swithland Lane crossroads. 2003
Rothley Beat Officer PC4027 Manjit Vincent in 2003. Those were the days when we had a Police Constable looking after the village and looking very smart in her uniform.
Church Street, Rothley. 2002
Woodman's Stroke, Church Street, Rothley. 2002
Stockinger's Workshop. Woodgate, Rothley. 2003
Stockinger's Workshop a Grade ll Listed Building in Woodgate, Rothley. 2003
Listed Building in Fowke Street, Rothley. 2003
Listed Building, Town Green, Rothley. 2003
Side of Listed Building, Town Green, Rothley. 2003
Park Farm. Listed Building, Town Green, Rothley. 2003
Listed Building, Walkers Lane, Rothley. 2003
Town Green Street with Dormer House and entrance to Walkers Lane, Rothley. 2004
Fowke Street, Rothley. 2002
Dutchmans Wall, Anthony Street, Rothley 2003
North Street, Rothley, with Dutchmans Wall on the right. 2002
Anthony Street, Rothley. 2002
The Station end of The Ridgeway looking to The Ridings. 2003
The village sign entering Rothley. 2007
The design of the Knights Templar was the central figure in the Rothley Wallhanging. 2007
To find out more about the Rothley Heritage Wallhanging please click on the following link:
Marion Vincent won an 'Oscar' on the 10th February 2006 for work on the Rothley Village Website. The award was for Overall Content. Marion won another 'Oscar' in 2007 under the same category.
It was awarded and presented by Leicestershire County Council under their www.leicestershirevillages.com project which gave every village in the county the opportunity to create a website. Under budget cuts the project was discontinued in 2016. Marion then transferred all the data to its new home at Rothley Parish Council.