THE STORY of WESTON CHURCH

THE STORY of WESTON CHURCH

St Mary’s one of the finest 13th Century early English Churches in Lincolnshire  This book describes the growth of the church in Weston over its long history Parish of Weston, about three miles N.E. of Spalding, is the most westerly of all the settlements east...
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 –...
Beggars Lane

Beggars Lane

I was asked a question about Beggars Lane in Weston but I have lost the link to the source. So I hope this information helps. This extract comes from an oral history given by Geoff Dodd and talks about beggars in the locality. if you would like to listen to the oral...
Update on South Holland’s Secret Army

Update on South Holland’s Secret Army

Appeal for information on South Holand’s Secret Army in conjunction with Lincolnshire Free Press The British Resistance Archive, the online resource researched and compiled by the Coleshill Auxiliary Research Team (CART), a group of volunteer researchers, has...
Weston History

Weston History

This was written by G.C.H Smith in 1966 The most interesting building in many of these villages is the Church and so it is with Weston. The village itself, otherwise, appears dull and modern with no buildings of historic interest. However, one or two places should be...
Gate Inn – between Spalding and Weston

Gate Inn – between Spalding and Weston

First posted on A Pictorial History of Spalding. Here is a photo of the Gate Inn on the A151 between Spalding and Weston, posted for Arthur Reeve of Doncaster. He would also like to know if anyone has photos of Weston FC 1940-1950.