One-off photos like this rarely come up and it’s too good to keep to myself so best share it to the Holbeach public. This is
It feels cold enough that it could done it this morning
In this photo we see Miss Marcia Edgar, Mr Bill Snart and Mr Wally Cook leading the St Georges Day Parade as they make their
This photo shows us a special vehicle for mine clearance, said to be taken at Holbeach 1963-4. Does anyone know the make and model of
Vintage Tractor Magazine – May 2010 issue – © Stuart Gibbard Tulips and Tractors The history of Spalding Flower Parade – the showcase of the
Anne Shearman The first photo is from 1961 and was a float that was entered by Snowdrop Nurseries. The float was the “Old Woman
From Facebook Remember the Tower in Tower Lane being demolished? The year was 1963 and it was demolished for safety reasons, but another old Spalding
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
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
Note click on photo to enlarge. George Adams is a well-established family-run firm of butchers in Spalding, Lincolnshire. George, was born in 1882 and started off
Tribute has been paid to one of Spalding’s longstanding traders. Charles Stennett, known as Horace, died at his home surrounded by his family, aged 89.
Nice set of memories from Facebook contributors The old railway bridge at Surfleet Opposite Parker’s Yard. Yes I thought it was the railway and foot
The first photograph shows Spalding Friends at Spalding Meeting House before renovations carried out by Henry and Christine Burtt. The photo was taken in 1963.
This photo is of a corrugated house that used to be on Broadgate,Weston St John’s. Photo dates from the 1930’s. I believe it was demolished late
The church is fast approaching its 200 year anniversary. The following was written by Jack George a number of years ago and outlines the church
Memories Rex Stanley Pitts was born in 1930 in Doncaster, the only child of Hilda and Stan Pitts and spent the first few months of