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One-off photos like this rarely come up and it's too good to keep to myself so best share it to the Holbeach public. This is a 1963 shot of skating on the Holbeach Fishponds. I have no other detail ...
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Being strongly allergic to chlorine, I hated this place when I was a Spalding Grammar School pupil in the 1950s, because I was forced to go for weekly swimming lessons every spring.. I spent miserable ...
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Nice set of memories from Facebook contributors The old railway bridge at Surfleet Opposite Parker’s Yard. Yes I thought it was the railway and foot bridge at Surfleet with Great Northern PH my ...
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Not sure how many of these still exist My dad found them at home Spalding Sunday league handbooks 76/77 77/78 78/79 All previous seasons league tables Fixtures Venues Contacts Ref contacts And ...
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It looks to be Cowbit Wash ...
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This little booklet I think written in the early 1900's and details the history of the building and has a poem written by Rd. Harris Esq K C. entitled the "The Maid of Ayscou ...
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Sadly long gone but this postcard shows views of this butterfly park. ...
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George and Stella Howden, leaving the Savoy for the last time after grandad retired. I believe around 1972…. ...
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Cinema at Sutton Bridge opened 1922 and was used during the war years and was well supported by the RAF personal from RAF Sutton Bridge, later for many years owned by Ron Swift the cinema closed as a ...
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Stewart Pearson - This photo was taken by Les Pruden for the Guardian/Free Press on the last day of school holidays 1957 near West Elloe Bridge. It was taken just about underneath the pylon that carri ...
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The professionals shop at Surfleet Golf Club 1973
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This article was written in 1962. By S. W. WOODWARD - Past Librarian of the Spalding Gentlemen's Society. EXCEPT for the Royal Society, the oldest learned association in the country is the Spalding ...
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This is a reprint of an article which appeared in "The Lincolnshire Magazine" It gives an interesting overview of the society. Click on the link below:
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The gardens are different today but still lovely
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