Category: Buildings

September 7, 2018

Temperance Hall

The temperance hall was located on Fieldside and was demolished in 1984. A bungalow, called Melody Lodge now stands on its site. The deeds of the building that are now included with those of Melody Lodge provide some of its history. In 1833 the trustees of the of the Wesleyan Sunday School acquired the copyhold property on Fieldside from Thomas Pettinger and his wife for the sum of […]

May 13, 2018

Crowle Shops and Public Houses in 1930-1940

Barrie Hunsley compiled a list of shops and public houses he remembers from the 1930’s-1940’s. These have been added to a map showing where they were and where possible I have included a photograph with Barrie’s notes. Just click on a pin on the map or name on the list – (you will need to click the icon at the top left of the map to see […]

April 29, 2016

Owlett Hall

Owlett Hall House History Owners John Godchild Cundall Alfred W Cundall Hull Daily Mail – Friday 17 May 1918 Mr T M Barlow Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer – Friday 28 November 1924 Lincolnshire Echo – Thursday 17 December 1931   Mr J Oxenforth   Mr Herbert S Blackbourn – Bought 1947 Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer – Thursday 08 March 1951 BLACKBOURN. —March 6. […]

February 1, 2016

Crowle Grange – Concrete apron built by POWs

In front of the house at Crowle Grange there is an inscription dating from the end of the Second World War from when the concrete apron was laid.     The inscription reads; 9.11.45 Italian POW GC PC BG BM Remember The POW camp in Crowle was located on Mill Road, approximately where Wyvern Close is now located. During the war it housed Italian POWs. […]

March 16, 2013

Beaucarrs Farm, Ealand

From Shirley Birkhill;   Thornton’s old farm house pulled down in the 1980’s.   Plaque on wall over the side door now on the rockery of bungalow on site states; Built 1686 by Joseph Daniels for daughters Sarah and Mary. During demolition thought to have been a tithe barn.   Beaucarrs Farmhouse on the 1738 Manorial Plan and Survey; On the 1738 manorial plan the […]

January 1, 1970

Listed Buildings in Crowle

The following buildings in Crowle are listed as being of historic or architectural merit; St Oswald’s Parish Church Churchyard Cross Double Rivers Bridge Double Rivers Bridge over Hatfield Waste Drain Syphon carrying Hatfield Waste Drain below North Level Engine Drain No 1 Church Street 1-3 Cross Street 5 Cross Street 7-9 Cross Street 84 High Street White Hart Inn 1-11 High Street – including 2 […]