Ancient Burial Ground Cock Hill Burgh

LINCOLNSHIRE COCKPIT During last summer the curiosity of thousands of motorists their way to Skegness was aroused by the fact that excavations were being carried on by students at the mound near Burgh Church. It is interesting to learn that the mound, which is known as Cock Hill, revealed some Interesting finds. A college committee…

The Ship Inn Art Deco Architecture

£20,000 Hotel of Glass and Steel Yesterday’s Opening of Home Brewery Co’s New Ship Nottingham Lord Mayor’s Good Wishes   The Ship Hotel – the Home Brewery Company’s £20,000 enterprise of Castleton Boulevard and Roman Bank opened its doors for the first time since its completion on 24th April, 1934. “This is a further indication of the Home…

How Salt Was Obtained at the Seaside

Map of 1595 Found A remarkable map has been discovered by Mr. G. R. Walshaw, of Brumby Hall, Scunthorpe, President of the North-West Lincolnshire Historical Association. It is the work of William Haywarde, dated 1595, and throws interesting light, both by the method of drawing and an explanatory panel, on the field systems of that…

Neglect of the Almighty

NEGLECT OF THE ALMIGHTY SKEGNESS COUNCIL AND PRAYER SUGGESTION A second effort to persuade Skegness councillors to open their meetings with prayer proved unsuccessful, Mr. H. Wheatley’s motion being rejected by ten votes to three. Mr. Wheatley pointed out that the proceedings of the Mother of Parliaments were inaugurated with prayer, and he suggested that…

Winter Gardens Circus Lion Attacks Trainer

SKEGNESS CIRCUS THRILL LION TRAINER INJURED DODGING ATTACK There was a thrilling incident at the Winter Gardens circus Skegness on Saturday. Capt. Tom Kayes. who presents a lion “turn,” was on the point of leaving the cage after his act when one of the animals made a spring at him. He was sufficiently quick to avoid…