This is part of a collection created by June Marriott.
Hope we will not get this. This is a picture in the Spalding Guardian from 1987 showing icicles hanging down from the properties in The
Flower Parade The history of the Spalding Flower Parade The origins of the world-famous Spalding Flower Parade stretch right back to the 1920’s and 1930’s
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
A History of Sutton Bridge – 1745 to the Present Day Peter Clery 1745 – 1814 The South Sea bubble was a financial scandal in
DR KATHERINE STORR Following a career in teaching, Katherine retired in 1987 through ill health. However, in 1993 she began studying at the University of
Huge thanks to Mr Middleton for delivering the latest copy of the The Bridge – Handbook of Sutton Bridge. This is a very impressive publication
Probably a lot of you will know the Old Raven’s Clough Pub in Holbeach Fen. I research House Histories, and Family trees and this one
FOLKLORE ON FRIDAY – The Curse of the Tiddy Mun Lincolnshire is a large rural county in the east of England, and while it’s landscape
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
With plans to create a Lidl store and housing on the old Welland Hospital site I thought it would be important to collect photos of
This area of our collection is designed to collect significant changes in today’s South Holland people, places and events which will form tomorrow’s history. Our
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
Reference Number Doc Number Title Year Publication Author LC1 cbf002 A Century of Achievement The Story of Lincoln Co-operative Society 1960’s Frank Brukshaw & Duncan
The Rank Organisation sold a group of Odeon’s to the Classic Cinemas chain on 10th December 1967, and the Odeon Spalding was one of them.
This wonderful picture of Tulip Time at Moulton was first used in these newspapers in 1950 under the heading, Tulip Time 50 years