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Lincolnshire Life May 1968 (Vol. 8, No. 3)

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    COUNTY 3 LINCOLNSHIRE LIFE'S MONTHLY GUIDE TO SALES AND AUCTIONS For Sale by Private Treaty with Vacant Possession THE OLD RECTORY LITTLE HALE 6 miles from Sleaford. 13 miles from Boston. 16 miles from Grantham. A DELIGHTFUL FREEHOLD COUNTRY RESIDENCE fully modernised with complete oil-fired central heating and spacious accommodation including three Reception Rooms, Modern Kitchen and Bathroom, four Bedrooms, two Garages, ample Out Offices and delightful Grounds and Paddock adjoining, extending to a total area of about SIX ACRES. The Domestic Quarters at the rear may be used as a separate Flat with Living Room, Kitchen, three Bedrooms, Bathroom and Separate W.C. and can be completely self-contained. Mains Electricity and Water. Septic Tank Drainage. The Residence is brick built and slated and is in an excellent ? state of repair and decoration having been renovated and modernised throughout in the past few years. Full particulars and permission to view, by appointment only, from Mr. P. A. Davey, upon the premises (Tel. Heckington 373) or from the sole agents, WILLIAM H. BROWN & SON, Northgate House, Sleaford (Tels. 30404 lines).

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    CAYTHORPE, Nr. Grantham Grantham 9 miles. Newark 13 miles. Lincoln 15 miles. `THE OLD HOUSE' An excellent freehold stone and pantiled period GENTLEMAN'S COUNTRY RESIDENCE built originally in Tudor times with some later additions. The accommodation includes : large Drawing Room with stone fireplace; Study; Dining Room; large Kitchen; Laundry Room; Strongroom; Workshop; Pantry; Cellar; six Bedrooms; Boxroom; two Bathrooms; Linen Room; Snooker Room. Brick and pantiled range of large Garage; Fuel Store and Store. Stable Block containing two double loose boxes, saddle room and coach house. Beautiful grounds with lawns, flower gardens, an orchard and a large paddock, the whole extending to some 31 acres. Further particulars and Appointments to view from WILLIAM H. BROWN & SON 33 WATERGATE, GRANTHAM - Tels. 2472/3190 and at Sleaford, Boston, Peterborough and Gainsborough.

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    WOODHALL SPA A Charming Residence having a South West aspect overlooking woodland and set in beautiful grounds, just off the main Horncastle Road, within walking distance of the Golf Course. "LEANDER", HORNCASTLE ROAD Hall, three Reception Rooms, Study, Sun Lounge, Kitchen and domestic offices, Cloakroom, Billiard Room with full size table, four Bedrooms, Bathroom, W. C., and Attic Bedrooms. Double Garage, Summer House, Garden Sheds. All Services and full oil-fired central heating. Secluded Grounds of about 2 acres having lawns, shrub and herbaceous borders, orchard and Bowling Green, 38 x 18 yards (in match playing condition), and Building Plot. Vacant Possession early autumn. Viewing strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents, from whom a full descriptive brochure can be obtained. WOODROFFE WALTER & SON, F.A.I. 5 South Street, Horncastle (Tel. 2305) and Woodhall Spa (Tel. 2314)

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    FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY "THE LIMES", MARKET RASEN On the Western outskirts of the Town away from main road traffic. A very well appointed and carefully maintained ATTRACTIVE COUNTRY HOUSE Entrance Hall, two Reception Rooms, Morning Room, Modern Kitchen, four Principal Bedrooms, two Bathrooms, three Secondary Bedrooms. Central Heating. Mains services. Garage and Outbuildings. Modernised Service Cottage. Grounds Two Small Paddocks, about Three Acres. Sole Agents : GEORGE MAWER & CO., Market Rasen (Telephone 3303)

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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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