Nora Woods Tulip Queen for 1961. Follow link to see more
This view, taken from the Water Tower in Spalding show’s a very busy Winfrey Avenue Car Park in 1961. With so many coaches parked up,
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June Spouncer – I am in touch with the Wainwright Children of Fred and Grace who lived there in the 50s and early 60s –
Anne Shearman The first photo is from 1961 and was a float that was entered by Snowdrop Nurseries. The float was the “Old Woman
Spalding Flower Parade Memories Like many others, we have fond memories of the popular Spalding Flower Parade which ran in the town from 1959 to
FLOWERS OF THE FENS 1935 Pathe Tulip Time 1948 Tulip Queen 1950 Tulip Time Beware – Other Colour Pics Share This Title (1958) Pathe Tulip Parade
Comments from Facebook There was a “Tulip Route” in the area of several miles. There was 3 “Tulip Sundays” – the last Sunday in April
A History of Sutton Bridge – 1745 to the Present Day Peter Clery 1745 – 1814 The South Sea bubble was a financial scandal in
Year 1960 Theme – The Splendour of Spring Name of Queen:and deputies: Link to Programme:Flower Parade Programme from 1960 Photo Gallery: Year: 1961 Theme: Fairy
Video archive showing life in South Holland. Please let us know if you have other videos and links to be added. Opening of the Coronation
Featured picture shows aerial photo in 1960. St Marks School asked “Good morning, we are doing a history project on Spalding are were wondering on
The Old Saracen’s Head Inn Saracen’s Head took its name from an old drovers inn of the same name.Extract from the book by E.H.
A view of Cowbit Railway Station. The station was opened by the Great Northern Railway on 2 September 1867. It was located on the route between Spalding and March.
The Nags Head was situated on the Market Place.This was a Soames Brewery pub that was sold to Steward & Patteson in 1949. This pub
Cowbit Railway Station seen from a passing train. Photo undated. Cowbit Station opened in 1867, it was on the March to Spalding line. The line