History

If you want to know more about the history of the Parish in which you live, there is an excellent book published by the Scopwick and Kirkby Green Local History Group.

Title: KIRKBY GREEN and SCOPWICK - Historical Sketches of two Lincolnshire parishes.

Available: from Peter Baumber - price £6.


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Royal Oak Inn
Royal Oak Inn
Picture taken about 1900
Scopwick Beck 1958
Scopwick Beck 1958
Notice the absence of trees and the pile of bricks on the bank ready for the construction of Mr Jarvis's house, No.28 Brookside.
Grassmere
Grassmere
Mrs Mackinder outside 36 Brookside. The adjoining saddlery workshop has recently been restored by the present owner and the cottage and outbuildings are undergoing reconstruction
71 Main Street
71 Main Street
Note the letter box in the gable end wall.
19 Main Street
19 Main Street
Miss Baumber and friend standing on front of the cottage that was formerly a maltings.
Sheep Wash early 1900s
Sheep Wash early 1900s
Sheep washing was a means of earning extra cash. The bridge is still there on the footpath from the Green in Kirkby Green.
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