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

This page will include photographs and memories from local business. MORE LINKS COMING SOON [hover id=”17312″]

Jim-Baker bakery business

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Donington Heritage Map

Now to find out more information try the following First refresh the map data by clicking on green arrow. Click on the coloured point and you will find more information. The different colour points signify different types of heritage. purple -drainage, red –...
George H Gray

George H Gray

Sue Gray Rhodes Found these photos whilst I had time on my hands last week.  The one of Grays shop must have been just after it opened in 1919 when it was just a small, bay windowed property. Established by my great grandfather George Henry Gray – then his son...
A Crowland Journey with the Slater family

A Crowland Journey with the Slater family

This book is based upon a unique collection of photographs assembled and preserved by John Slater of Crowland. To many the name will be familiar – Slater’s Lorries were a well-known sight in the area for many years and in the golden days of skating on the...
M & G N – Gallery

M & G N – Gallery

This information is extracted from 2 books by M. D. Beckett and P.R. Hemel. The books are called M & GN in Action and M & GN in Focus. Introduction – With its King’s Lynn headquarters, its Melton Constable locomotive works, its beautiful golden...
Spalding in 1930’s and 40s

Spalding in 1930’s and 40s

John Tippler has put some of his memories down on paper for readers to enjoy. In the 1930s and 40s, the town functioned mainly through personal contact. It showed up in various ways. There was no ‘serve yourself’ in shops, so you were always dealing with shop...