Spalding Cemetery

Spalding Cemetery

Spalding Cemetery was consecrated in 1854. The nonconformist chapel is one of a pair of cemetery chapels. It is constructed of red brick, with stone dressings, in Early English style. It has a gabled roof with raised gables which have stone copings and kneelers. The...
Chain Bridge Forge – Closed

Chain Bridge Forge – Closed

Chain Bridge Forge regret we have closed to public access due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak. As soon as we are able to open we will. Club and Taster events will be reviewed in light of prevailing risks.  If you have queries ring 07960587724. ...
Guide to the Group of Churches Spalding to Long Sutton

Guide to the Group of Churches Spalding to Long Sutton

This little book details the churches between and Pinchbeck to Long Sutton. The was white, W E Foster, FSA in 1912 It includes the following churches: St Mary & St Nicolas – Spalding St Marks – Weston All Saints – Moulton St Mary’s –...
Chain Bridge Forge – Open Weekend 14/15th March

Chain Bridge Forge – Open Weekend 14/15th March

Spalding’s Chain Bridge Forge Museum wants to attract more people to get involved and ensure its continuity for many more years to come. The museum in High Street is close to celebrating its tenth year and is looking ahead to its next period. To this end, it is...
Ayscoughfee it’s History

Ayscoughfee it’s History

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 Ayscoughfee” To click Here
Joe Arnold

Joe Arnold

Joe Arnold who was a barber in a shop oposite the Ship Abion pub in Albion Street, the other side of the passage that went to Chain Bridge from the present barbers. John Young – Freddy Cross he had the shop the other side of passage in the sixties for 30/40...