The South Lincolnshire Parish of Pinchbeck Iles to the north and west of Spalding. It contains about 14, 000 acres of very fertile, rich loam with a subsoil of clay. Ecclesiastlcally there are two parishes, St. Mary’s around the village of Pinchbeck East ( Invariably…
The fire at the Bridge Hotel in the last week (Aug 16) probably see the end of this land mark in Sutton Bridge. Click on photos to enlarge.
Blacksmiths from Weston Hills. Arthur Stainsby and Bill Barnes about 1950
This lovely undated image published by Beales titled ‘The Wash,Spalding’ show’s two ladies with a young child in a pram stood on the riverbank.A Mill can be seen on the horizon. Click on image to enlarge
Cottages at Locks Mill on St Catherine Island 1947 now demolished. Note the flooding also.
Grundy records what Wykeham Hall would have looked like in the early 1700’s. Does anybody have contacts with the current owner to ask if we could photograph the build and record its history?