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Caption for Alford, the Church c1960: Situated by the side of the main road through Alford, the church of St Wilfrid is built mainly of Lincolnshire green stone, which does not wear too well. The road divides a couple of hundred yards further along, with the A1104 going to Mablethorpe and the A1111 to Sutton on Sea. There appear to be no gravestones in the churchyard, but in fact they are there – they are all lying flat. J A Wilson (extreme left), who sold radios and TV sets, has been replaced by Whatnots, who sell curtains and soft furnishings.

An extract from Lincolnshire Living Memories.

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