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The art installation for Moulton Mill approaches completion. Thanks to Jeni Cairns and Mulberry Craft Consortium for the mosaics. #art #mosaics #crafts #heritage
https://youtu.be/2dlsHh79INU This was a boat was built and owned by the Birch family originally. The short documentary for the wreck of M/S Kali Tychi, ex M/S Mary Birch.
A new digital studio offering people the chance to try out state of the art technologies is to open in Spalding town centre. Learning Curve is a collaboration between Chain Bridge Forge Museum’s innovation centre and Ark ICT Solutions and will offer a range of digital...
In Memory of Spalding Factory The place and some of the people. Spalding was originally built in 1925 as the third Anglo-Scottish Beet Sugar Corporation factory; the first factory being Colwick (Nottingham) and the second Kidderminster. Subsequently three more...
Victoria Street, Spalding. Photographs taken April 1985 when it closed Property owned by Mrs Murrell of Wisbeach, widow of former owner. Until 1985 business owned and operate by Mr Ray Clow. Purchased in 1985 by Bun’s Bakery and used to extend bakery...
Can anybody help is this the rear of Bugg's Brewery on Cowbit Road ? This is a carte de visite from about 1870 by W.Fletcher, New Road.
Beautiful model of Pinchbeck Pumping Station. Read more details here Pinchbeck Pumping Station moneyed by Dudley and 3D Printed by Doug
This is for sale on eBay Click HERE in to see more entries about Pode Hole
This article is written by Zoe Myall for Spalding Guardian In the third of our series of features focussing on the people behind some of our area’s famous names, this time we look at the ‘Winfrey’ family. Winfrey Park, in Long Sutton, takes the family’s name, as does...
A leaflet describing the route and place to stay for that years parade. Click on the HERE to view the leaflet
http://www.eyepeterborough.co.uk/heritage/the-big-flood-of-1947/ Click on the link to read an article about the flood of 1947. Which appeared in the EyePeterbourgh website. Its also worth looking at articles about brickmaking and M & GN Railway.
This photograph was taken from David Gray Facebook page and it shows the High St in Spalding about 1930s is the guess. What it also appears to show is flag pole on the river bank outside Chain Bridge Forge. Highlighted section Enhanced view of the photograph showing...
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