Hart of Harwell

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The Felix Fund is a registered charity that supports bomb disposal officers and soldiers from 11 EOD Regt RLC. The fund can also support those from units whilst working alongside with the Regiment.

The 11 EOD Regt RLC is 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corps

Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) is the British Army’s term for bomb disposal. The Regiment deals with both Conventional Munitions Disposal (CMD) and Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).


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Harwell 19th Century

Harwell and Everton were part of the Hundred of Bassetlaw  in the North Clay division. The parish of Everton, in which Harwell is located, was inclosed in 1760, when the Rectorial tithes were commuted for an allotment of 225 acres, of which William Walton, Esq., of Stockwith, was impropriator at the time. Charles Brewerton, a Mormon, was born here in 1831.

Although only a hamlet, historically Harwell had a separate manor.  In 1855 it was reported that the hamlet had a population of 112 people and that Corporation of Newark were lords of the manor. The manor was previously owned by Thomas Magnus who bought it and gave it to Anthony Gylby who was Lieutenant Colonel to Sr John Digby in Newark


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