THE DISCOVERY OF A SUPPOSED RELIC It was briefly reported the other day that while digging for dams on the sand banks at Gedney Drove End, the fringe of the Wash a few miles from King’s Lynn, Wisbech publican at the latter end of last year found, about eighteen inches below the surface, a cup,…
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Source: Skegness Mablethorpe and Alford News 5th July 1922
Source: Skegness Mablethorpe and Alford News 17th May 1922
Source: Skegness Mablethorpe and Alford News 8th March 1922
The postal authorities have begun to lay telephone wires underground in Skegness. This may be a good thing in one way, but we shall miss the aeolian harp effect that the over-head wires give on a windy day if the plan is generally adopted. Source: Skegness Alford and Mablethorpe News 23rd February 1910
SAD ACCIDENT LITTLE CHILD DROWNED IN A DRAIN On Sunday afternoon last, a little girl aged two-and-a-half years, the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. John Burn, Church Farm, Skegness, was found drowned in the Main Drain, Skegness, which runs alongside the road to S. Clement’s Churchyard, and in close proximity to the farmhouse. The child,…