Welcome!

The Spalding Gentlemen's Society welcomes you to its website and very much hopes that you will follow the links to find out all about us.

Founded in 1710, the Society boasts a long and interesting history. Our collections are incredibly varied - you can find anything from a hatpin to a range of firearms and cameras, beautiful glassware, an amazing selection of coins, medals and stamps, silverware and tableware - and an amazing library.

The Society also arranges an important series of professional lectures on a wide range subjects, which are open to the public. For further details, please follow the link.

If you have the chance to visit Spalding, please do contact us to arrange a tour of our wonderful building and see all the treasures within!

Contact details

Broad Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE11 1TB
Tel: 01775 724658
eMail: info@spalding-gentlemens-society.org

Charity No. 216131
Registered in England and Wales with limited liability by guarantee No. 543260

Please also visit Local History Online which can guide you to other places of interest in this area at www.local-history.co.uk.
Another interesting site is www.parishes.lincolnshire.gov.uk/Fleet where further connections to Maurice Johnson, William Stukeley and Joseph Banks can be found.