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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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A postcard published by Beales & Son showing Ayscoughfee Hall and barges on the River Welland
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The Mansion House, High Street, Holbeach 1935 The Mansion House is thought to have been built as early as 1681. It’s best known as the birthplace of Sir Norman Angell, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner ...
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Grundy records what Wykeham Hall would have looked like in the early 1700's. Does anybody have contacts with the current owner to ask if we could photograph the build and record its history?
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Damage in Ayscoughfee gardens after it was bombed on the afternoon of 2nd Aug 1942. This shows the bowling green this is now the peace garden. The building you see was the stable block that burnt down ...
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The Mansion House is thought to have been built as early as 1681. It's best known as the birthplace of Sir Norman Angell, the Nobel Peace Prize Winner of 1933 who was born in the house in 1872. Now ...
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The Sessions House is up for sale and the Voice has published these photographs. Does anybody have any memorie ...
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This is an extract from Ayscoughfee and its History 1923. I don't know if somebody from Ayscoughfee could update this list? Amongst the gifts which have been made to the Ayscoughfee Committee have ...
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This is an extract from Ayscoughfee and its History published in 1923 and it details how the Hall was bought for the people of Spalding. AYSCOUGHFEE HALL and Gardens at Spalding, which rank as one ...
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This is an extract which is taken Ayscoughfee and its History dated 1923 Ayscoughfee Hall, which is a spacious brick Mansion in the Tudor style, was built in the year 1420, or [caption id="attac ...
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The old Rectory at Market Deeping, photo dated as 1910. Now divided into two, the Old Rectory is a substantial medieval building that retains many early features, including a door with 12th-century ...
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A document which describes the gardens at Ayscoughfee Hall AOS D 0127 The Garde ...
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Notes on the history of Wykes Manor which was once the home Thomas Cowley. Click on the link to read the document:
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Garnsgate Hall is believed to date back to 1685 when a house with the name Garnsgate was first mentioned on October 22nd when William Delamore of Garn ...
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