Changing Face of South Holland Businesses

Changing Face of South Holland Businesses

This page is set up to record today’s changes to the business community. We will attempt to create a gallery of photos showing the before and after. Maybe collecting todays changes which will become tomorrow history for viewers of this page in 10 years time....

Business

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Jim-Baker bakery business

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What’s in a Name? We look at the lasting legacy of Sir Halley Stewart

What’s in a Name? We look at the lasting legacy of Sir Halley Stewart

Not many people will say they haven’t heard the name ‘Sir Halley Stewart’. Spalding has a playing field and football ground named after him. But who was he – and what were his ties to the town? Beginning my research into the life of Sir Halley, I first looked to...
Hansons – High Fashion in 1970’s

Hansons – High Fashion in 1970’s

The shop still recognisable however occupied by different businesses. The photo is the corner New Rd and Pinchbeck Rd. Source: Burtey Fen.

South Holland Life – Genealogy

Genealogy Explore and discover the history of the people who lived and worked in South Holland. Explore South Holland’s people and places People Ayscoughfee Photo Collection View Details Places Ayscoughfee Photo Collection View Details Transport Ayscoughfee...

Innovation

Innovation As well as being a museum dedicated to the age-old skill of blacksmithing, Chain Bridge Forge is also looking to the future with facilities for 3D printing and Virtual Reality. 3D Printing Virtual Reality 3D Printing 3D Printing is offering the potential to...

Moulton Mill History

Moulton Mill History Moulton Mill is the tallest windmill in the country and stands at 100ft high to the top of the cap. Largest surviving windmill in the country Moulton mill  is 100 feet high to the top of its ogee cap. It was built in about 1822 by Robert King. The...