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It was Barbara McLaren who first proposed the memorial and engaged Lutyens to design it. Mrs McLaren was a niece of Lutyens’ noted collaborator, Gertrude Jekyll, and Lutyens had already designed a h ...
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What Are Listed Buildings? A listed building in the United Kingdom is a building which has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. There ...
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The Crowland War Memorial was unveiled on November 28th 1920 and was reported as follows: “The Crowland War Memorial erected in the Old Market Place, was unveiled on Sunday afternoon, in the pres ...
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This unusual bridge (the only one of its type in England) was built at the point of the confluence of three rivers- the Nene, Welland and Catt, because of this it had three arms which met in the middl ...
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Position: One mile north-east of Moulton Map Ref: TF 313/247 Access: Down Spalding Gate, off the north side of the A151. The stone is situated at th ...
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The War Memorial, Long Sutton 1950's The following information is found on http://www.roll-of-honour.com/ There are two memorials in Long Sutton, one ...
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Images of Gosberton Church - St Peter & St Paul’s is a large and magnificent village church with lots of history. The spire nearly reaches 200 feet above the countryside and the tower gives trem ...
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The Elloe Stone marked the site of our forefathers' assembled where the men of the Elloe Wapentake held their Hundred Court. The very name of 'Moulton' tells us that the 'Mooť court was held there. ...
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In this photo we see the old bandstand that used to be in Ayscoughfee Gardens, Spalding. The bandstand was built to commemorate the Coronation of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1937 but wa ...
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This map shows the layout of Ayscoughfee Hall & Gardens in the early 1900's  
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