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  • Taleyna Fletcher on Bridge Street Wine VaultsHi James, Many thanks for your email and pointing out the error on the post. We only have a photographic...
  • James E Sheen on Bridge Street Wine Vaultshi there I think you may need to check your settings for the VR mapping, as the "full screen" option...
  • Garry Monger on No. 25 High StreetTo GROCERS' ASSISTANTS, A Young Man of good character and thorough business habits, may obtain Situation by applying personally to...
  • Garry Monger on No. 18 High StreetAn advert for NEW HUDSON BICYCLES in THE Peterborough Standard - Saturday 10 March 1906 is by Tom Woodman of...
  • G Monger on No. 1 High StreetW. BOOR, Chemist and Druggist, 1, High-st., Wisbech, has Vacancy for well-educated Youth as Apprentice. Stamford Mercury - Friday 16...
  • Trevor Gilbert on No. 11 High StreetVery interesting seeing items found and reading a bit of history of the individual building. Look forward to more posts...
  • G Monger on No. 19 High StreetNo 19 High St and the dwelling house no 1 Castle Square, both in the possession of Mrs Springfield are...
  • Garry Monger on No. 25 High StreetA notice to auction the High Street business premises of Thomas Waddington and Joseph Louth, centre of the High Street...
  • Andrew Ketley on Updated Plans for No 24 High St – “The Gap”Brilliant News! Although the temporary viewing platform structure would have provided a purpose to the 'Gap', its construction would only...
  • G Monger on No. 25 High StreetThe 1851 census shows as living on the High St Henry Medworth Grocer master employing two men Susannah Medworth wife...
  • G Monger on No. 25 High StreetThe 1851 census shows as living on the High St Henry Medworth Grocer master emolying two men Susannah Medworth wife...
  • Garry Monger on No. 5-6 High Street'There is to be seen hanging on the wall of the shop of Mr. Gore, Fishmonger, in High Street, a...
  • G Monger on No. 2-3 High StreetALFRED MANTEGANI begs most respectfully to inform the Gentry of Wisbech and ita Vicinity that he Tunes Piano-fortes in the...
  • G Monger on No. 32 High StreetJE. ELVIDGE, Woollen Draper and Tailor, High-street, Wisbech, ever grateful for extensive and increasing patronage, informs his friends and the...
  • G Monger on No. 32 High StreetAn advert in the Stamford Mercury dated 27 February 1807 appears to refer to this property. TO SILVERSMITHS, WATCH-MAKERS, &...
  • G Monger on No. 26-27 High StreetTheo Smith was an agent for 'The World Hail Storm Insurance Company, London. The premium was 5d per acre. https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/search/results?basicsearch=wisbech%20wind%20mill&retrievecountrycounts=false...
  • G Monger on No. 5-6 High Streethttps://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0001156/18620628/040/0002 Yet another Waller, this one a brush maker, appears to have occupied no 6 for at least seven years...
  • G Monger on No. 26-27 High StreetIt appears that sometime prior to 1823 Mr Leach was in partnership with a Mr.White. https://www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk/viewer/bl/0000420/18230815/026/0003
  • G Monger on No. 13-17 High StreetAn advert in the Wisbech Standard of 20 September 1889 Shows that J.J.Anderson, auctioneer, Drapers’ Valuer, and Commission Agent have...
  • G Monger on No. 13-17 High StreetAn advert in the South Holland Advertiser of 17 August 1897 states Harry Hockney’s occupy 13,14 and 15 High Street....
  • G Monger on No. 11 High StreetOn September 14 1906 it was reported in the press that a ‘Great Fire’ took place and destroyed the premises...
  • Isobel Brookfield on Celebrating Local Photographer Geoff HastingsBrilliant! Thank you for the photo of Sandylands - I can now see where my ancestors were born as clearly...
  • Matt Emmett on 6th Photographic Workshop at Peckover HouseSome very strong image sets appearing here. Looking forward to seeing your historic blends.
  • Trevor Gilbert on Updating the Merchants TrailHaving lived in Wisbech for only two years I will find this trail very interesting. There are many fine buildings...
  • Matt Emmett on Photography Workshop Challenge at The Wisbech Working Mens InstituteThese are just fantastic. I can really see people getting better and better each month. Such great work here. Well...