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Some images from the Grantham Southern Relief Road excavations

I uploaded a post a few days ago about the excavations for Grantham’s Southern Relief Road (read that here), but some new images from the excavation have emerged in the Grantham Journal newspaper ( 368 more words

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Roman archaeology at Grantham's Southern Relief Road

Road projects and Roman archaeology have been going hand in hand in Lincolnshire recently, first with news of major and ongoing discoveries at Washingborough as part of Lincoln’s new bypass ( 336 more words

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My Sweet Valentine

Valentine’s Day, or as it is more formally known, Saint Valentine’s Day, is celebrated on 14th February each year.

A man named Valentinus was martyred on February 14 late in the third century A.D. 708 more words

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Christmas Eve Gift

This list was very kindly donated by Peter ( Peter who previously found a shopping list behind an altar). Some Christmas items here including a gift and cranberry sauce. 46 more words

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The Grantham Oak

The Oak of Belton Lane – referred to in some places as the Grantham Oak – is perhaps the most surprising and impressive tree in town. 892 more words

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Dangerously ill

Some Winkfield soldiers were ill, while other men from the parish had distinguished themselves.

OUR MEN WHO ARE SERVING.

We regret to hear that Pte. William Burt is ill in hospital in France, and wish him a speedy recovery. 64 more words

News From The Front: The Grim Reality Of War