The Granary on Stamford Road in West Deeping
The engraved stone on the gable-end of The Granary records the date of 1773 – which makes 2018 its 245th birthday! This was when miller and baker John Molecey, married to Eleanor, built the granary. It was attached to their watermill which came to be known as Molecey’s Mill, to the east of the village of West Deeping, on the recently-opened Turnpike road, (now Stamford Road) and next to the Welland Navigation, the canal between the Deepings and Stamford.
The current owners, Graham and Glenn,
West Deeping Heritage Group and friends
to celebrate this birthday on
Wednesday 20th June 2018
Meet at 6 p.m. at “The Boaty”, between 60 and 66, King Street, West Deeping – to walk with Graham and Maggie who will be your guides along the former route of the Deeping to Stamford canal, the Welland Navigation.
Or if you do not want to walk – meet at 7 pm at The Granary, Stamford Road, West Deeping, where there is plenty of parking in the paddock.
Bubbles, Bites & Birthday cake will be available!
Please let us know if you are coming –
firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07808 585189