Of interest.......



Where’s it going to go?

The general consensus seems to be strongly in favour of somewhere in the town centre. After all, that’s where it was designed for – originally in the Market Place, then revised to Hall Place. As well as providing pure drinking water at a time when it was a luxury for many people in the town, it strengthened the distinctive character of Hall Place by giving it a striking central focus. That is, until it was removed to Ayscoughfee Gardens in 1954 to make way for a traffic scheme. See the latest newsletter to read more... 



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In the news...


Plans to repair 130-year-old,

grade II-listed railway footbridge

Full story here  (Spalding Today)...


History springs to life in Spalding's Hall Place 

Full story here (Spalding Today)...


Spalding's new statue reflects agricultural heritage when farmers said: "You're hired"

Full story here (Spalding Today)...


The Hiring gets its unveiling

Full story here (The Spalding and South Holland Voice)...


2020 Calendar available

Thirteen beautiful photographs of Spalding and nearby villages, with well-loved views and one or two surprises. This time with spaces for appointments, birthdays and reminders. The A4 colour calendar is on sale at Bookmark, Spalding News, The Library and Ayscoughfee Museum, but only direct from the Society at the members’ special discount price of £5.00. Free delivery locally. Otherwise add £2.50 per calendar for postage and packing. Would make ideal Christmas present.

Please send cheques to:

Melvyn Price,

3 Morus Close,



PE11 2QL.


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