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Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Changes over the years
1960s
1960s
Queen's visit to Brighton College
Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Dewponds and dumps
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part IV 1980s
City Insights
City Insights
Around the World Cycle Challenge 2017
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part III, 1970s
City Insights
City Insights
Chinese New Year 2017
Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Joy's Café
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part II, 1960's
Fawcett School
Fawcett School
Learning the social graces
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
A splash of colour
City Insights
City Insights
Resource Centre: supporting the community for 40 years
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Special Purpose Machines - Part I 1950s
City Insights
City Insights
Annual Free Day, Royal Pavilion
Local Folk
Local Folk
Alpine Rovers Football Club
The Big Apple
The Big Apple
A surfeit of bands
Motor Cars
Motor Cars
The best time of my life
Local Folk
Local Folk
The blind match seller
Christmas Greetings
Christmas Greetings
From all the team
Elm Trees
Elm Trees
Hove Recreation Ground
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
Dreaming of a white Christmas
Do you remember the shop?
Do you remember the shop?
The Cottage, 111 Church Street
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Do you remember the shop?
Do you remember the shop?
Woolvens in Moulsecoomb
Hi Jenny, Mr Woolven was my father inlaw. I married his only daughter Pat in...
By Pete Rose
On 21/02/2017
Moulsecoomb
Moulsecoomb
It's not all bad
Hi Keith, just seen your message and my husband and Keith Cager were in the...
By Carol Kendall
On 21/02/2017
St Luke's School, St Luke's Terrace
St Luke's School, St Luke's Terrace
Good old days in the 1940/50s
I remember the Lanes as they lived opposite us at No 4. Mr Lane worked for...
By Roger Ivermee
On 21/02/2017
Regent Dance Hall
Regent Dance Hall
Memories from two generations
Hello Abby, I am not sure that I can add a lot more to your research. My ‘...
By elaine
On 21/02/2017
Brighton Secondary Technical School
Brighton Secondary Technical School
School photo c1962
John, I'm sure you're correct, that is Richard Lawn, I knew him at...
By Nick Rosewarne
On 21/02/2017
Fishing and fishermen
Fishing and fishermen
"Any more for the Skylark?"
Hi Den King, I spoke with Alan some time ago and mentioned about you enquiring...
By Maurice Leach
On 21/02/2017
Coldean
Coldean
A potted history
I lived in Wolseley road with my sister Hella and brother Syd, from about 1951-...
By Monica Hulme Nee Welch
On 21/02/2017
Memories of WWII
Memories of WWII
The War In and Over Sussex
Dear Sharon, that is a desperately sad story. My thoughts are with you for...
By James Wright
On 20/02/2017
Whitehawk
Whitehawk
Welcome to Whitehawk
If anyone is interested in contacting Martin Card..... Dear John, we are not...
By John Davies
On 19/02/2017
Old Steine
Old Steine
Motor car showrooms built 1926
I was pleased to find this article and have some of the details in my blog post...
By Stephen Weblin
On 19/02/2017
1950s Brighton memories
1950s Brighton memories
A teenager in Brighton 1955-1959
I went to Varndean GSB in September 1955 having passed the 13+ to go there from...
By Eric Norman
On 19/02/2017
Meeting House Lane
Meeting House Lane
Originally a small twitten
In JG Bishops' book 'Brighton in the Olden Times' he mentions that...
By Geoffrey Mead
On 19/02/2017
Schools
Schools
Winston Churchill in Hove
Hi, I am researching my family and on the 1841 census an ancestor appears...
By Jacquie Butler
On 19/02/2017
Do you remember the shop?
Do you remember the shop?
Lyon and Hall: Western Road
Does anyone who might have been there late 1940s-50s, remember a lady called...
By Valerie Tovey.
On 19/02/2017
Motor Cars
Motor Cars
Vine and Lee automobile engineers
Vine & Lee's showrooms were exactly where the Tesco store in Station...
By Alan Phillips
On 19/02/2017
1960s
1960s
Queen's visit to Brighton College
I think on the same day she also visited Hangleton and opened the library:http...
By Peter Groves
On 19/02/2017
Norfolk Resort Hotel
Norfolk Resort Hotel
Built in 1824 as the Norfolk Arms
There is a tinted lithograph of the Norfolk Hotel sitting on the esplanade...
By John McKean
On 18/02/2017
Meeting House Lane
Meeting House Lane
Originally a small twitten
That's really useful Lex. I have just found a census address for a family...
By Jane Church
On 18/02/2017
Colourful characters
Colourful characters
Old Brighton celebrities
Does anyone remember or heard of a  family of Chinese descent who lived in...
By Marc
On 18/02/2017
1960s
1960s
Queen's visit to Brighton College
I wasn't at Brighton College, but I remember the Queen's visit to...
By Janet Beal
On 18/02/2017
Motor Cars
Motor Cars
Vine and Lee automobile engineers
Where exactly was Vine and Lee located? I must have walked past many times. Was...
By Barry Flahey
On 18/02/2017
Brighton Secondary Technical School
Brighton Secondary Technical School
School photo c1962
I think that is an old friend of mine, Richard Lawn, third in from right...
By John Cording
On 18/02/2017
Woodingdean memories
Woodingdean memories
Dewponds and dumps
Like Nick, I saw these shops many times in the 1960s, as I passed them on my...
By Alan Hobden
On 18/02/2017
Local Folk
Local Folk
Jaycee Furniture workers 1958
Fred and Richard Covey are names I remember especially as Fred taught me how to...
By Gary Edwards
On 18/02/2017