March issue of Bygones on sale now
THERE’S something for everyone in the latest edition of Bygones, which is in the shops now.
How about a selection of interesting snippets from 1801 onwards, including a cruel incident at Grimsby’s house of industry?
We have a selection of photographs in the March issue, including Great Coates School, an air view of Cleethorpes, the Kitty Haydn Dance School, the Alexandra Hotel and Humber Graving Dock.
For transport buffs, Ray Newcomb tells us about Rob Orsborne’s restored AEC Mandator tractor unit, Betty Harrod shares her memories of Cleethorpes Girls Grammar School and you can read about the Lincolnshire village of Fulstow.
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Also, our popular “They Lived in Lincolnshire” series continues with the story of a remarkable man who took on the challenge of reforming the treatment of patients with mental problems.
You’ll find all this and more in the March edition of Bygones, which is available now and still only £1.