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Sadly long gone but this postcard shows views of this butterfly park. ...
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The grounds of the Hall have evolved over a period of time and it is estimated that some of the oak trees could be 200 years old. It is thought that the walled garden is of 18th century origin. Much o ...
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An extract from the 9th November 1993 The Evening Telegraph Opinions on how Crowland or Croyland got its name are divided.
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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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Inside the gates of Carters Park, Holbeach is the park keeper at the time Mr Ralph Emmitt. He is seen here tending to the gardens. The photo I believe is dated around the late 1950's to early 60's. ...
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The Ice House in Ayscoughfee Gardens Ice houses or icehouses are buildings used to store ice throughout the year, commonly used prior to the inve ...
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The History of South Holland it's Landscape and People. Click on the link to read: AOS D 0040 ...
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Spalding Offical Guide in the 1960's click the link to read more - AOS D 00 ...
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