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The Grade II listed Pulvertoft Hall at Gedney Broadgate, near Spalding Built in 1720, the hall is a fine example of early Georgian architecture set in over two acres of land with fenland views. Arr ...
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GEMS FROM THE ARCHIVE: A monthly column by DR MARTIN BLAKE, of the Spalding Gentlemen’s Society, looking at interesting artefacts from its museum In 1731 John Grundy Sr, a notable surveyor ...
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An unusual view looking down New Rd. in Spalding. The date is 1956. The image below was taken from Google St view.
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United Reform Church on the left is still there and about to celebrate 200 years I believe, However on the right the Peacock Inn has gone. Does anybody know what the spire on the right was connected w ...
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Roy Ashton gives this update. History Long Sutton 1920. Cinder Ash was a pretty, leafy place flanked by picket fences with a small ‘rustic’ bridge leading to the sports field. It also boasted a ...
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Photo showing a view of Spring Street, Spalding looking in the direction of Spring Gardens.
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Colour postcard titled 'Bridge Road, Sutton Bridge' Published By M.& L. in their National Series.
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This is a new book about Moulton by Nancy Snowden. Nancy explores Moulton's heritage. Copies are available at the Bookmark in the Crescent in Spalding, A copy will also be available in the library at ...
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