Lowdham is a village in Nottinghamshire between Nottingham and Southwell. Lowdham is in the Newark and Sherwood district. The dual carriageway to the north and Doncaster cuts the village in two. The old church and the castle mound are to the west of the bypass. St Mary's church dates back to before the 14th century. To the north east of the bypass is Lowdham Mill. There is now little sign of the frame knitting industry that was important in this area in the 19th century. In 1844 there were 94 stocking frames working in Lowdham. Join Lowdham Local History Society on this fascinating visual journey through time, as they use carefully selected old images alongside modern photographs to illustrate the changes that have taken place to Lowdham, Caythorpe and Gunthorpe. This brand new collection of photographs and postcards will be essential reading for anyone who knows and loves the area.