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Lincolnshire Life November/December 1965 (Vol. 5, No. 5)

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  • ritzymitzy 01-February-2012 17:47:12

    My wife and I lived in this building from 1962 to 1966. We paid a peppercorn rent of £1 per week. The building was known as Stable Flat; a reference to one of it's former uses. I see now that the lakes at the front and the back of the building are back to their former glory. (The estate became totally run down when the former owner. Mrs. Rawnsley died.) It brings back fond memories for me to view the satellite images of the area on Google Maps. Barry Turton. February 1st. 2012

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    LINCOLNSHIRE LIFE Vol. 5 No. 5 November/December 1965 Three Shillings Swan lake When we saw the loveliness of this peaceful Lincolnshire scene ... with the two white swans gliding majestically on the still blue waters of the lake; the solid terracotta mill house in the distance and the surrounding greenery ... it had all the grace and dignity of a ballet. And what better title than "Swan Lake" ... with Nature providing the music at Well Vale, near Alford.

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Reference Name LL/05/05

The monthly Lincolnshire Life magazine was founded in April, 1961 with the intention of championing the cause of Lincolnshire by recording its history, folklore, culture, personalities, dialect, art, etc.

The magazine has 'thumbnail' sketches of the history of all the county's towns and many of its 700-plus villages, histories of its major houses and castles and profiles of many of its smaller houses, in private occupation. There are accounts of major and minor incidents in the county's history, augmented through the magazine's correspondence columns and details of the lives of many of the county's personalities both past and present.

By recording aspects of the county's life which were happening at the time but which no longer exist, the magazine now has the only written account of some of these customs or events.


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