The Nottingham & County Constitutional Club
26-28 Market Street
This building presently stands vacant and carries a date stone of 1897. I don't know when it was vacated by the club, but more recently it was open as the 'Old Orleans' bar.
am informed by site visitor D.
J. Brenton that in the early 90's, when the
Nottingham Conservative Association moved to King Edward's Court he came
across a diary / scrapbook whilst packing, which
started something along the lines that
in 1897 or about that time,
at a meeting, it was decided that it would be most
desirous that there should be a reading room for the use of Friends of
Church, State and Constitution. For such purpose, a sum of money was made
available for the purchase of premises on
If anyone can provide any details about the Constitutional Club, please contact me.
This building is just a little too tall for my lens to capture in one go, so please see the next shot.