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Park Royal Hotel
Park Royal Hotel
Oasis of calm in the town centre: Part II
Stanford Road School
Stanford Road School
Orchestra and Choir Circa 1954/55
Local Folk
Local Folk
Regency Ball in Brighton Pavilion
Brighton and Hove revisited
Brighton and Hove revisited
More kitchen tales
Brighton Herald photograph collection
Brighton Herald photograph collection
'Yes we 'ave no bananas!'
1960s
1960s
Reading the Riot Act
City Insights
City Insights
Honour for Jewish war hero and camp survivor
Local List of Heritage Assets
Local List of Heritage Assets
The Brunswick, Holland Road
Trams and trolley buses
Trams and trolley buses
1930s shop adverts on Brighton tram tickets
Brighton General Hospital
Brighton General Hospital
Aerial view of all blocks
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
CVA Buying Office
City Insights
City Insights
Official Brighton and Hove tartan
Buses
Buses
Ticket advertising in 1930s
The Brighton Astronomer: George Hole
The Brighton Astronomer: George Hole
His backyard telescope
City Insights
City Insights
High Sheriff of East Sussex - Maureen Chowen
City Insights
City Insights
'Off the Fence' 20th anniversary
Brighton and Hove revisited
Brighton and Hove revisited
70 year old Brighton kitchen
Memories of Whitehawk
Memories of Whitehawk
Remembering doodle bugs & Sunday winkles
The Brighton Astronomer: George Hole
The Brighton Astronomer: George Hole
Lucky escape from a bomb
Local List of Heritage Assets
Local List of Heritage Assets
Street Furniture - Bollards
Development of Ovingdean village
Development of Ovingdean village
The village hall - 1932-1986
Ovingdean Memories
Ovingdean Memories
A try at 'The Good Life'
The latest comments from this site

Springfield Road
Springfield Road
New Year's Eve Party 1948
The photograph was taken in 114 Springfield Road (not 94A). Kath and...
By Brian West
On 29/04/2017
Queen's Park
Queen's Park
History of Attree's Villa
I'm still hoping to hear about any information on Brother Eugene, who was a...
By Simon Heath
On 29/04/2017
Upper St. James's Street
Upper St. James's Street
Redeveloped in the early 1970s
My father had the carpet shop across the road from Fogels. I went to St John...
By Marie Gribbon
On 29/04/2017
Ship Street
Ship Street
Developed from the early 17th century
This, and it's sister The King and Queen, were beautiful buildings. The...
By Philip Burnard
On 29/04/2017
Local folk
Local folk
Working men and women
The shaping machine commented on above was still in full working order and in...
By David Gillam
On 29/04/2017
Ship Street
Ship Street
Developed from the early 17th century
I think that may have been Hennekeys?...
By Martin Scrace
On 29/04/2017
Ship Street
Ship Street
Developed from the early 17th century
This used to be Hennessy's, a 1930s sister pub to The King and Queen, and...
By Simon
On 29/04/2017
Brighton and Hove on Film
Brighton and Hove on Film
Carry on Girls (1973)
I believe it was. Originally Katte's hotel, which was owned by my great...
By Valerie Etheridge
On 29/04/2017
Theatre Royal
Theatre Royal
Theatre opened on 6 June 1807
My Grandfather and Grandmother both worked at the Theatre Royal, my Grandfather...
By Theresa Whittle
On 28/04/2017
Grand Theatre
Grand Theatre
Lavish shows and large casts
My grandmother was Laura or Louisa Maud Taylor, daughter of Big Bill Taylor!...
By Susan Howlett
On 28/04/2017
Local Folk
Local Folk
Brighton fishermen
My grandmother on my father's side was Laura or Louisa Maud Taylor, her...
By Theresa Whittle
On 28/04/2017
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury and keyboard machines
My memory really is departing fast! It was Tony Lancaster, not Tony Rotheram....
By Frank Leach
On 28/04/2017
Argyle Road
Argyle Road
Fish and chips and doodle bugs
No, Brian - the Merrie Harriers was in New England Street....
By Terry Hyde
On 28/04/2017
Argyle Road
Argyle Road
Fish and chips and doodle bugs
The Merrie Harriers was in New England Street on the corner of Cross Street....
By David Packham
On 28/04/2017
Brighton and Hove revisited
Brighton and Hove revisited
More kitchen tales
I remember  in the late '50s 'helping' my Nan to do the...
By David Gillam
On 28/04/2017
The Astoria
The Astoria
The best cinema in Brighton?
I was a ABC Monitor with a special badge I had to try and keep some sort of...
By Ray Nicholson
On 26/04/2017
Astoria Cinema
Astoria Cinema
Turned into a bingo hall
Remember Saturday morning cinema and the great sound the Wurlitzer organ played...
By Susanhowlett
On 26/04/2017
Pelham Street School
Pelham Street School
Attending Senior School c1950s
Does anyone want a tour of the schools as I work there and also I could listen...
By Andrew Buck
On 26/04/2017
Argyle Road
Argyle Road
Fish and chips and doodle bugs
Was it The Merrie Harriers?...
By Brian Dungate
On 26/04/2017
Introduction to Coldean, Falmer and Stanmer
Introduction to Coldean, Falmer and Stanmer
Coldean in the 1930s
Hello Peter. I'm researching my family tree and have a great aunt Ada Pavey...
By Sue Robertson Danells
On 26/04/2017
Regent Cinema
Regent Cinema
Schoolboy reminiscences
I'm sure the Galleon bar was below the cinema. We used to go and watch the...
By Dave Hodgkinson
On 26/04/2017
Fishing and fishermen
Fishing and fishermen
Photo of Brighton seamen, 1864
I am related to the Leaches; my grandfather was Frank Leach and I now own the...
By Val
On 26/04/2017
Where to go for a good time
Where to go for a good time
Memories of 1950s Brighton
Does anyone remember going to the drag act at the Galleon on a Friday night? We...
By Dave Hodgkinson
On 26/04/2017
Brighton and Hove revisited
Brighton and Hove revisited
More kitchen tales
I wish we could have a like thing that we could operate. Some of the things put...
By TerryHyde
On 25/04/2017