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King of Skiffle was in town in the 1980s

King of Skiffle was in town in the 1980s

King of Skiffle was in town in the 1980s

Lonnie Donegan's visit was one of many highlights for Irene Cresswell in her time working at the Granada . . .


St Wulfram’s under-13s triumphed in schools cup

St Wulfram’s under-13s triumphed in schools cup

St Wulfram’s under-13s triumphed in schools cup

Were you in this cup-winning school team from the mid-1980s?


Seventies Ropsley FC side were virtually invincible

Seventies Ropsley FC side were virtually invincible

Seventies Ropsley FC side were virtually invincible

Ropsley FC's glory days are remembered in photo from 1971.


Pre-race chat for Harriers

Pre-race chat for Harriers

Pre-race chat for Harriers

Club runners took part in 1969 Lincs XC Championships.


St Anne’s FC finished third in the league in 1976

St Anne’s FC finished third in the league in 1976

St Anne’s FC finished third in the league in 1976

Third place finishers St Anne's – little did they know they would be league champions the following season.


Ropsley played in Premier

Ropsley played in Premier

Ropsley played in Premier

Back in the late 1960s, the Grantham Journal sports pages had a 'Photospot' feature, with a local team each week . . .


Fosters football team played in the Premier Division

Fosters football team played in the Premier Division

Fosters football team played in the Premier Division

Soccer team was a works side from town.


Grantham's fitting tribute to the fallen

Grantham's fitting tribute to the fallen

Grantham's fitting tribute to the fallen

Events taking place around South Kesteven


Boys’ football team played in English Schools Shield

Boys’ football team played in English Schools Shield

Boys’ football team played in English Schools Shield

Boy footballers were from local schools.


Grantham's fitting tribute to fallen heroes

Grantham's fitting tribute to fallen heroes

Grantham's fitting tribute to fallen heroes

Events taking place across South Kesteven


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