This gallery shows old photos of Spaldwick, sent in by various people from Spaldwick and elsewhere so that they can be viewed and enjoyed by everyone. Thank you! Click on the thumbnails below to view the photos.
Originally the Blue Bell pub (later the Bell Inn) - now Walton house. In 1925, the house finally ceased to be pub and became a shop – first a drapers and subsequently a grocers and general store, passing through the hands of a long series of owners. By 1966, it was being described as “Waltons Stores” and by 1977 as “Stores and Post Office” (shown in the photo).
The Bell Inn Spaldwick (1906) - now Walton House. Photo provided by Peter Absalom. Originally the Blue Bell Inn, it was built sometime in the early 1820’s (if not earlier) and was a coaching inn. It later became a Post Office.
The Bell Inn
Provided by Elizabeth Smith