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29th January 1933 of Ice Skating on the Cowbit Wash & of the River Welland  - Thanks to Keith Seaton for the photos ...
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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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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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Not many people will say they haven’t heard the name ‘Sir Halley Stewart’. Spalding has a playing field and football ground named after him. But who was he - and what were his ties to the tow ...
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Can you confirm and identify other members of the teams????
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The professionals shop at Surfleet Golf Club 1973
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      Source: Richard Brothwell - Lincolnshire photographs and postcards ...
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A group photo showing the Netball team of Westlode Street School, Spalding in 1933-4 Top - Phylis Templeman. Top Row - Sybil Popple, Nellie Sissons, Doreen Addison Front Row - Hazel Chapman, Clara ...
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A group photo showing Moulton Football Team in 1906. Does anyone know the names of the men in the photo ? If so, please leave a comment. Click on image to enlarge
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A group photo showing the members of Holbeach Rifle club with a winning shield, taken in 1909. Does anyone know more about this photo, names of the people, or what the shield was for ? If so, pleas ...
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I have searched high and low for a picture of kids cart or trolley to explain to my grandchildren what we did when we were kids. Here is a fantastic example in the photo. Would love to get your rec ...
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The Cross Keys, Glenside, West Pinchbeck The origin of the name "Cross keys" is thought to be the emblem of St. Peter and was most common prior to the Reformation; many were then renamed the Kings H ...
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